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Sunrise in Sepia


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Pentax K20D 1/80sec @ f4.0 Pentax-DA* 16-50mm

Curves slightly adjusted in CS3


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#!Explore Apr 7, 2009 #373

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I played with my previously uploaded Picture, adding some dramatic sky, convert into b+w adding sepia tones. I hope u like it.


Thanx for more than 800 favs

Artzy…... thought it looked the part in sepia.

Not so sure about this one...original colors below..critiques welcome




1 Sèpia grossa de 1k o més

1 ceba

2 grans d'all

2 fulles de llorer

1 got d'oli d' oliva del raig

2 tomàquets pelats

un pols de pebre vermell

1/2 Kg de fesols del ganxet cuits.

1 got de vi blanc.

1 got d'aigua




Bullim els fesols amb l' olla a pressió i els reservem, guardem els suc de bullir-los.

Trinxem els alls i els posem a la cassola amb l'oli 2 minuts , tot seguit afegim la ceba 2 minuts més, després afegim la tomaca, la sal, el llorer, la sèpia i...


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I love the fairy tale feel to this place, I think the sepia conversion brings that out even more

@ Wentworth by the Sea resort, New Castle, New Hampshire

Not really sure what occasion a sepia ribbon would be for whether good or bad, maybe for artistic creativity? Anyway.. hope you all have a blessed and beautiful day! Thank you for stopping by!


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Aufnahme aus dem Schönbuch, aufgenommen mit der D750 und dem Zeiss Ikon Vario Talon 70-120

(Explore #103: May 31, 2009)


Closeup of semi-frozen dandelion seedhead. Revelstoke, BC, Canada


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The beginning of a new sepia series, most of them only for friends.


Ask and you'll be given.

I haven't done sepia in a while & I have been sooo sad not to be taking any pictures I was hoping to to find some inspiration ~ just trying new things

Friday, June 2, 2017


Yesterday the Moon was in a Waxing Gibbous phase. This phase is when the moon is more than 50% illuminated but not yet a Full Moon. The phase lasts round 7 days with the moon becoming more illuminated each day until the Full Moon. During a Waxing Gibbous the moon will rise in the east in mid-afternoon and will be high in the eastern sky at sunset. The moon is then visible though most of the night sky setting a few hour before sunrise. The word Gibbous first appeared in the 14th century and has it’s roots in the Latin word "gibbosus" meaning humpbacked. Moongiant

My apologies here-I accidently uploaded the same picture twice from my phone,so I quickly replaced one of the b/w's with a sepia version!! With Flickr's photo processor(Aviary) offline,I've been doing my processing on my phone using Snapseed.It's worked fine....until now. And it is probably still working fine,I uploaded a little different than previous ones-I learned my lesson!


Again this is a sunset scene from Martin's Landing in Sinnissippi Park in Sterling,IL. along the Rock River.The entrance to the oft mentioned Hennepin Canal is straight across the river from this location.This area was a city and state project,and it was done well.My wife and I come here frequently to walk and enjoy the river.


Thanks for your patience-smartphones and 50+ year old farmers sometimes don't mix very well! LOL

St Peter's Church silhouette in this mornings dawn.

I've edited this shot a lot using PicMonkey. By the way, this is one of the red squirrels that regularly visits the garden.

The quality of the imagination is to flow and not to freeze...


(monochrome, January, 2012)

To like or not to like.....check it out large. Type L

hi guys just a quick visit...

im still not 100% but getting there.....


i just want to say hello and thank you for your emails etc of support....


miss you all very much


big big hugs



Sepia impression for you day:)


Thank you for all nice praise encourage:)

This is another old shot which I took in my backyard, I really like how the intense sunlight made the petals glow!

[Explore front page?] Thank you so much!!!

Een van de oudste huizen staat aan de Kanisstraat

One of the oldest houses in Alkmaar.


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Better viewed large on black background, press L!!!!

Mejor ver en grande sobre fondo negro!


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*Sepia is a rich brown pigment derived from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish, and it is also the name of a dark brown-grey color. Sepia tone was originally produced by adding a pigment made from the cuttlefish to the positive print of a photograph taken with any number of negative processes. The chemical process involved converts any remaining metallic silver to a sulphide which is much more resistant to breakdown over time. This is why many "old time" photographs are sepia toned—those are the ones that have survived until today.


The word sepia is Greek for "cuttlefish."


Misty Morning, Terrebonne, Quebec, Canada.



"Never have I found the limits of the photographic potential. Every horizon, upon being reached, reveals another beckoning in the distance. Always, I am on the threshold."


-W. Eugene Smith


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Playa de Las Canteras, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria


111 pictures in 2011

Taken at the Blomidon Inn.


Shot with Canon EOS 450D & Sigma Lens 17-70mm F2.8-4.5 DC HSM


Thank you all for the kindly comments ;-)

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