Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Sepia

This week’s challenge from Ed  asking for sepia of course lends itself to photos of vintage things and on my trip to Sydney last Easter where its history dates back to the 1700’s of course I had a couple of vintage landscape discoveries.

Of course I have posted these previously so forgive me, but to pop them into sepia to give a different slant is an interesting one.  Not sure I’m a fan but it does make things look older….

For more interesting sepia images go over to Eds challenge here.

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  1. They are all beautiful, but especially the first photo with the curved handrail. It looks gorgeous in sepia tones.

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    • Thanks Loisa.. I hadn’t played around with this photo much even though I really liked the curved handrail, I felt it didn’t work but when I thought about it for the sepia challenge it wasn’t so bad. I think the old world effect worked okay. Thanks for your feedback 🙂

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  2. I think sepia has to have just the right image. Those are great.

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  3. these are wonderful in sepia. It creates an historic looking mood!!

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  4. I think you picked the perfect photos for Ed’s challenge, Kaz. I absolutely LOVE the look of King’s Cross Station though!

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    • Thanks Stacy, I thought old was better, not having used sepia before so appreciate your feedback. Yes I liked Kings Cross station too. Unfortunately on the inside its lost some of its character not like your beautiful stations in DC and the rest of USA 🙂


      • Ah, Kaz, we have plenty of “stinkers” in the States 😉 I don’t use sepia much either, and your lovely seascapes don’t quite lend themselves to that treatment, do they? So it was fun to see you playing with new things!

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  5. Beautiful photos. I like the perspectives and sepia works very well here!

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