Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Sepia Scenes - Derby Neck

Sepia Scenes arrives, brings me back to the classic past. The look of the past often gives us a range of classic architecture, different from modern and easy to build structures. New is not necessarily bad, but glass and steel seems to lack character.

The subject in question is in neighboring small town Derby CT, population 13,000. This is the beautiful Derby Neck Library, and the original structure completed in 1907. I chose this shot as the modern clutter of utility poles, wires and autos are lacking – the sepia takes back in time with this monochrome edit.

Wilbur Osborne was the industrialist that created the original library in a school in 1897, Andrew Carnegie funded the new building. It is in a Classical Revival Style. It is stunning place of learning…

See more classical sepia at Mary’s monochrome meme


Patti said...

It is a beautiful building. Looks cool here.

Perry said...

That's a step back in time. Thanks for sharing! Here is my entry.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice composition and sepia tones in this photo.

Regards and best wishes for you Ralph

Mildred said...

Very nice house! Perfect in sepia!
Thanks for sharing;o)

¤ Have a nice and happy weekend ¤