Sepia Scenes has reached a milestone of import - 100 posts! A goal some of us aspire to is to be read at all. We don’t think of quantifying anything ahead of securing readers, and don’t consider the numbers.
Yet 100 is a number that is impressive in any setting. A century of posts means that Sepia Scenes is a fixture that lets us photographers (from professional to hacks) dabble in a soft monochrome. The idea is a 100-themed post as mentioned last week:
So next week you'll post 100 things
or some thing that equals 100 things, okay?
So my sepia post follows the requested theme - sort of. The building is the Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court Building in Hartford. Where is 100 here? Well, this beautiful if imposing building has met the goal - it was completed and opened in 1910. That’s 100 - years? Right?
I captured this marvelous structure when at the state capitol just across the street. The columns, the arches and granite are always a natural for sepia.
So Mary, congratulations on 100! Keep it up, and we shall celebrate the second century of sepia...