Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Sepia Scenes 02-11-09: Have a Seat


Sepia Scenes is hosted by Mary T, who also hosts the fabulous Ruby Tuesday.


The first two photos are back at the Swantown Inn in Olympia, Washington. The last one is a shoe shine stand still in use downtown Portland.








14 comments:

NicoleB said...

Great shots!
I love the old timer feel you get from them!
Nicole
http://nicoleb.org/b2/index.php?blog=7

June said...

Perfect subjects for sepia!

maryt/theteach said...

Terri, these shots are perfect for Sepia Scenes. They look like original old prints. I usually don't post my Sepia Scenes until this afternoon at around 4:00 PM EST... :)

Serena said...

I love the first and last photos in this series best!

Rose said...

I think these shots are lovely--feel like I am stepping back in time when I look at them.

Tricia said...

Fantastic shots for Sepia Scenes - When were these photos actually taken?

PJ said...

It's like taking a walk down memory lane. I would love to sit in that chair to get my shoes shined!

Terri said...

Thanks everyone. I do love the sepia on older objects. Tricia, they were all taken within the last month.

Chris said...

Very neat, very classic! I love sepia.

Carletta said...

The first two are definitely like stepping back in time.
Perfect for sepia!

I love the shoe shine stand. A chair fit for a king. :)

Abe Lincoln said...

Wow. I used to shine shoes and they had chairs like this one. Brings back a lot of memories.

Dianne said...

I love the perspective of the first shot

Leora said...

Elegant. I would want to sit down there, too.

Annie said...

The first is spectacular. The point of view through the doorway gives the illusion of peeking into the past. Wonderful picture.

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