Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Sepia Scenes #82



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Malverne, Long Island

It seemed appropriate to apply a sepia tone to this modern photo of Malverne. That old clock has probably been there a long time. I used "Old Photo" from Photobucket to give it the old photo look...

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15 comments:

Ralph said...

The look is of the town square or green from a century earlier. A beautiful sepia!

Annie said...

As a collector of clocks, this is one I would definitely like to have relocated to my front room.

Sistertex said...

Quite nice, a timeless look to it all.

LDH said...

I love these old fashioned clocks. They are popping up in many small towns and even Friendly's Restaurants. (Do you have those in NYC?)

Lovely Sepia Scene!

Amanda said...

The roman numerals on the clock give it an old fashioned look and the sepia gives it age too. The picture could easily have been from an older town square. Great job!

Amanda said...

The roman numerals on the clock give it an old fashioned look and the sepia gives it age too. The picture could easily have been from an older town square. Great job!

kaye said...

I just love clocks in Sepia--perfect.

Marice said...

what a wonderful editing :) perfect!

sniehans said...

Lovely! Clocks are so fascinating for some reason...I love the tree[s] at the header, too!

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

I would be nice to have a cup of coffee in this nice area :)

Happy SS!

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Gunsside, Norway said...

Nice, i really like clocks, and this one was a nice pic ;)

Patti said...

Beautiful in sepia.

I think the clock might not be that old. The Rotary clubs around here installed three of them in the past five years or so.

napaboaniya said...

Clocks work well with sepia especially clock statues and towers :)
Happy Sepia Scenes Mary!

Jientje said...

The sepia forces us to look at the clock as the main attraction of the photo and distracts our attention from the bins that are also in there. Very well done!

hip chick said...

It looks like "time stands still"