Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Sepia Scenes #31



Welcome again to Sepia Scenes
where we all have fun experimenting with sepia tones applied to our photographs.

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Today I thought I was going to color this flower (which I don't know the name of, help somebody!) but when I looked at it, really looked at it, I thought I'd leave it as is in the sepia color I applied.

It's hard to decide what's the best thing to do with a particular photo, don't you agree?

Don't forget to sign Mr. Linky and leave a comment. Sepia Scenes stays up all week so never feel you're too late to participate.


28 comments:

Life in a Snapshot said...

nice flower in sepia treatment. I don't know its name too. :-)

My entry is up, Teach Mary. Happy Wednesday!

Mojo said...

Wow Mary, that is just elegant. Well done!

"Blossom" said...

This is awesome. So stunning.

Mo said...

Is it a Trillium?
Was it on the ground, on a bush, in a tree?
Either way, it is a gorgeous flower.

Daphne is posing today in sepia splendor at Purrchance To Dreamand I have another London shot at It's A Blog Eat Blog World
Cheers!
Mo

Mariz said...

Beautiful flower and very well done is sepia, love it! We'll sure be a regular in this meme since we love sepia photos.

Our first entry is up.

Regards,
Art & Mariz
Mix Pix

Kahshe Cottager said...

It is hard sometimes to decide when to stop. Sometimes I do several versions of the same photo and still can not decide! lol This lookes lovely in sepia!

Russ said...

I think did a fine job with it. Very nice image.

Eyad said...

wow thats brilliant i love it :)
well done

~Eyad

kden said...

Oh, my gosh, that's lovely.

T. Mininni-Totin said...

Mary, that is my favorite one yet! I love the soft cast.

ewok1993 said...

isn't this a type of clematis?

Greyscale Territory said...

Such a stunning photo! The close up highlights every marking in the flower petals and the overall shape!

sunnymama said...

So delicate and beautiful! I love the texture :)

Ralph said...

The textural look seems to be enhanced by sepia. With the monochrome, the distractions of color surely cannot detract from the natural beauty. Nice subject!

napaboaniya said...

I'm a botanic idiot when it comes to names of flowers/plants :P
It's looking good in sepia definitely!

Jennifer said...

That is a beautiful picture. I love close up flower shots.

nature ramblings said...

Don't know the name but you did a great macro shot. Looks very elegant in sepia. It is hard deciding what picture looks best in sepia. I had a hard time this week so just put on some old photos from days gone by. Thanks for hosting sepia scenes!!!

Tricia said...

Yes ma'am, it really IS hard for me to decide what to do w/ each pic! Sorry I don't know the name of the flower, though.
It looks very pretty

kaye said...

your flower is gorgeous. . . it looks frozen in time. Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene Thanks!

hip chick said...

that is a great photo. I love the way the frilly edges really stand out in sepia.

CJ said...

Sorry, I apologize. I was having trouble putting my url link in for my photo ---I would put it in and then it would keep an older link to a different post, but then it would disappear from Mr. Linky. Finally I thought I got it right, even clicked on it and it went to the sepia photo, but now I just realized it was going elsewhere.

If you want to eliminate link #4, please do so. The one at #27 is correct.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Beautiful flower! Can't help you with the name of the flower. But it looks good in Sepia. Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Jew Wishes said...

How beautiful in sepia, great contrasts.

judi said...

I am late!! But I am up! I don't know what that flower is but it is stunning and ethereal.

JunieRose2005 said...

Very nice in sepia! I don't know that flower!


I have a post up this time!


Junie

T. Mininni-Totin said...

Did Mr. Linky die? I stopped by to visit other's blogs, and there's nothing showing. :::sighs::: technology is evil today.

Please visit http://lullabyofblogland.blogspot.com/2009/05/sepia-scenes-and-god-kings.html and poke fun of my work! :0)

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful macro shot! The sepia makes me more focus on the flower's details. Have a great weekend, everyone :)

Deb said...

Your flower is gorgeous!

I had trouble getting to this link from my link(Idid what I did before) well anyway late is better than never