Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Sepia Scenes #58



Happy Thanksgiving to all my Sepia Scenes friendswho are celebrating!

Enjoy your family with peace, happiness and good food!



Kissena Park, Flushing, NY in half sepia


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19 comments:

Vita Stunder said...

Lovley half-sepia Mary!
Happy Thanksgiving to you :)

@nemonen said...

Charming photo. I would like to take a walk in there. Have a nice holiday.

Annie said...

Good morning Mary and Happy Thanksgiving to you. This strikes me as such a gentle photo. The muted greens and yellows are a second look surprise.

hapzydeco said...

Great place to walk off Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoy the day.

Mojo said...

There's something just a little unsettling in this scene. Can't put my finger on it. I mean I don't see anything overtly spooky or anything... just a vibe.

@nemonen said...

You are right it is a radio from WW 2.

Ralph said...

This park in the densely populated Borough of Queens is beautiful, in color, sepia and even B&W. Nice as always!

ღ pinaymama ღ said...

I love sepia colors, good thing I have found this meme!

Love the photo as well!

Eagles Wings said...

I love the partial sepia really cool!

Marice said...

half sepia tone is perfect for that scenery! :)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like this half-sepia, Mary! I like a photo that proves late autumn can still be attractive.

Dianne said...

Happy Thanksgiving Mary

lovely shot of the park
so much detail
love the shadows

Gunsside - Norway said...

Hello again Mary. A very lovely sepia you show us. Have a nice week !!

Mona Sweden said...

I long for a walk i that park!

napaboaniya said...

I like the way you've edited this shot :) Lovely!!

Mama Zen said...

Lovely!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Sherrie said...

Hi Mary,
Beautiful shot today! Love the half sepia, it leaves some of the color in. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Sherrie
A View of My Life

Paula said...

Another triumph, Mary. Hope you're having a wonderful Thanksgiving.

jeff. said...

Trusting for those who celebrated Thanksgiving, you had a blessed day.

I enjoy sepia photos. They have a way of warming up a black & white and yet still provide opportunity to bring out textures and lighting that color photos simply can't do.