November 26, 2008

Sepia Scenes

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone.

This is a dried head of an Agapanthus. I thought it was very intriguing. Right in front are a couple seeds waiting to be carried to fertile ground. I'm not very fancy with my sepia, no special techniques, just Picasa 3.
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  1. That is intriguing indeed! Nice capture and nice photo conversion:)


  2. Hi Jen,
    I think it is a great shot too!! How fun to capture a moment in the history of nature.

    Sorry for being late but I had no PC this week until yesterday mid day!!

    My sepia is here.

    Happy weekend!!:-)

  3. Love this Jan! I love the way you know the name of all the plants you photograph! :)

  4. Ohhh I'm glad you included the name of the plant, that way I can picture what it looks like when in bloom!

  5. Very nice. Its amazing how pretty flowers are even without the color.

  6. There is something beautiful about dried flowers and grasses. Sepia is the perfect medium for showing off the details. Sorry I am late .. yet another power outage had me offline!


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