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Category Archives: Sepia
It has been a while since I have done a Sepia post… These are some pictures I took when out wandering in the city. I think they turned out great in color, and even better in Sepia.
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One of my favorite pictures, even better in color because you can see the pretty red on my toes. This picture takes me back to the summer. This was at a Joliet Jackhammers Game, sitting out on the lawn, on a blanket, toes out. Even though there is no sand makes me think of the song Toes by the Zac Brown Band. I am ready for spring… I hope to have a nice long spring and a great summer to have my toes out in flip-flops and sandals.
What are you most excited about for spring and summer?
Fall is here, leaves falling and changing colors. This one is in the pond… thought it would be great in Sepia… and I think I was right.
Happy Sunday all… just wanted to share a picture I took the other day while driving. Well actually, for this picture, I was stopped at a stop light. (Remember, driving and taking pictures is not a safe or good thing) This man was driving a scooter and had this little guy in a basket in the back. So glad I had my camera with me. Have a great one. Off to the Antique Market.