Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Sepia scenes

For yet another post I am using photos I took when I visited my hairdresser Saturday. See here, here, and here for past posts! They are all scintillating, trust me. ;-)

Maureen has an interesting shop. There is plenty of fun stuff to look at and enjoy.

Cool old wall clock that I thought would look good in sepia. Notice James Dean on the wall in the background.

I think this is hydrangea that has seen better days. It was almost a light sepia in its natural state.

I hope my mom doesn't mind that I used this photo of her browsing around eclectic ville. She liked the antique dolls as much as I did. We both got our hair cut Saturday.


Visit our hostess, Mary T, The Teach at Sepia Scenes and join the fun!

7 comments:

EG Wow said...

I'd say it paid you well to go to your hairdresser. :) I especially like the first photo!

Kris said...

Yeah, the first photo is my favourite too. So beautiful, that clock, and so cool with James Dean on the wall back there, haha! Why don't I have a cool hairdresser like that? Thanks for sharing!

Carletta said...

Patti these are perfect for sepia!
I saw the first one and immediately thought of an older girl I grew up with. It's easy to imagine looking in a teenage girl's bedroom of the 60's. :)

Thanks for you nice comments on my mill. I am hard on myself sometimes. :)

kaye said...

that is a very interesting clock, so ornate.

Amanda said...

What a beautiful clock! They all look great in Sepia. Nice captures.

Annie said...

Oooooo. look at James Dean in the background. Rock on, Patti.

LDH said...

I just love everything about the first shot with the clock. It is perfect in sepia. Great capture, Patti!