Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Sepia Scenes - Scanning the Son


Monochrome sepia alters the style and mood of the scene a bit. So, for this installment of Sepia Scenes, I present a smiling Cameron - He is standing and smiling while standing overlooking Hyannis Harbor (2003). Cam almost blends into a monochrome mist...we will always do a vacation sightsee no matter if the sky is sunny or sepia. Follow any or all monochrome moods at Mary's meme!

15 comments:

Annie said...

Hi Ralph. I half expect this picture of Cameron to come alive with a wave to the camera.

Thanks for visiting, R. I didn't think I would get to Sepia Scenes this week. Mourning can last only so long and then it's time to move on. Sepia got me going again. God Bless Mary's inspiration.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Nothing nicer than a smiling kid! He looks very happy here. Great memories.

ewok1993 said...

Fellow commenter EG said it best, nothing nicer than a smiling kid, I agree 100%.

kden said...

Nice shot and memories made.

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful sepia scene! Wonderful memories and sepia blend so well. Have a great day :)

Pacey said...

That's a happy boy and makes the sepia even cooler.

PJ said...

If it wasn't for the clothes it could be an old sepia tint. Great mood piece.

Mimi Lenox said...

That is just beautiful.

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CJ said...

I like the muted effect without much contrast. It make your photo look like a very mellow day.

Kerslyn said...

looks like an old, old photo. I love it, it's nicely done.

Vita Stunder said...

Smiling kids is wonderful :)
It looks like an old photo!

My sepia scene is up too!
Have a great day :)
Anna

kaye said...

along with the smile, the water droplets and the boats randomly scattered in the background also make the photo a happy place. Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene Thanks!

barb said...

I do the touristy thing no matter the weather, too. I mean, you paid your money and you're there, right? Cam looks happy enough to be there!

Donna Williams said...

Nice composition, and great capture of Cameron. I like how you caught the water droplets.

maryt/theteach said...

Such a good kid to stand still for your photo back when he was young and probably wanting to run around... :)