Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Sepia scenes

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I snapped this picture of Scarborough Street Sunday in Hartford, Ct. I took it through the windshield as Ralph was driving.
The boulevard is lined with beautiful mature trees and features lovely, classic-looking mansions which seem like they may have been built in the 1920s. We travel down the street when we are on our way to nearby University of Hartford.

See many more sepia-fied photos at Mary T's Sepia Scenes.


6 comments:

LDH said...

This is a really great photo, Patti! It is a beautiful boulevard, but your shot is terrific! And you took it through the windshield! It lends itself well to sepia!

foto CHIP said...

You have got a wonderful depth in the picture and I like the greyish sepiatone :)

Linda said...

It looks lovely, I immediately thought of something from the 50's when I saw it and men in business suites heading home for dinner and their wives who were wearing aprons and sensible Betty Crocker heels!

awarewriter said...

Nice shot. Looks like a Sunday morning when everyone else is still in bed or in church.

ilanadavita said...

Great effect with the converging lines on the sepia background!

maryt/theteach said...

Lovely street, Patti! :)