onsdag 9 september 2009

Sephia scenes 47

The old match factory in Grönskåra.

13 kommentarer:

Day4plus sa...

Nice shot. Bricks always look great in Sepia tones, don't they.

Thanks for the visit and nice comments on my blog. MB

rajson sa...

Visst har fotot fått ett extra lyft av sephia!Snyggt.
Oj, jag tog din film här nedan direkt!
Oj,oj vad jag grät när jag såg filmen på bio!
Ha det gott!

@nemonen sa...
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Artlover sa...

Oj va gult. Det skulle jag aldrig våga mig på. Det var en djärv sepiaton. Läckert var det i alla fall.
Hade fint!

Hero sa...

Vacker bild med motiv som passade bra i sepia.
Gissade rätt på filmen. Bilderna illustrerade verkligen titeln bra. Och jag gillar verkligen filmen, den är så bra tycker jag.
kram Maria

Carletta sa...

This is a perfect subject for the sepia effect!
The brick structures lend themselves nicely to the tone.
Nicely done!

Marice sa...

day4plus is right! bricks is superb for sepia ;)

Ralph sa...

What a great capture! The old brick looks properly old in sepia, but the round shape of the factory is so unique, such style. The century old building looks unlike anything new - better, actually!

Ofelias Hus sa...

Så fin och "gammeldags" bild!

Kram,
Anette

Tricia sa...

Great photo - the factory makes for a wonderful sepia subject!

That's a great header photo, too! Are you the one that make all those donuts in that lil car? Hehehe

kaye sa...

the old match company looks great in sepia. My grandson is drooling over the car in your header though. Both photo's are nice. If you’d like to drop by and see my sepia scene & window views, they are here. thanks!

Heidi sa...

Is the little match girl there too? What a great shot for sepia scenes!
If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.

Your EG Tour Guide sa...

This is wonderful in sepia. What is the structure with the pointy roof. At forst I thought it was a silo (different from any I have ever seen before, but it COULD be) but now I think it might be a kiln.