Very, very nice Rose....it's so peaceful I could sit and look at it for a long time.
I see the look of a simpler time. The soothing sepia just makes this picture so easy to look at. I imagine that I see distant past of the Tennessean landscape. Absolutely beautiful!
What a beautiful landscape, and the sepia tone gives it the feel of an old-fashioned lifestyle.Happy Sepia Scenes ~ thanks for stopping by ;-)
Wow love this one too.
I like this better in sepia than in the original! Wonderful! I forget to check this blog.
This is a wonderful sepia scene. Thanks for showing everyone how beautiful Tennessee can be.
Hey, it's the same scene as the previous post--only tighter frame. Love it. What a difference sepia makes. MB
This sepia scene is a fine one for toning. I especially like the road along the hillside going to the barn. Wonderful detail i the trees too. A picture to enjoy!
Very pretty, peaceful too.
Good morning Rose. I kept going back and forth between the sepia picture and then the post directly beneath it. I became totally enchanted by the dirt road leading to the farm. It was like taking a journey back in time.
Nice view in sepia.Happy Sepia Scenes:-)
This is one of your best, Rose...the rolling hills cradling that old barn...so nice.It looks like that land is being worked, but I can't imagine the barn is still used...
The paths of the road and the cows are definitely more detailed in the sepia. It's a great choice for the sepia subject but I really like the original just below.
what a lovely landscape :) sepia made the shot more dramatic :)u may view mine if u have time
I like this a lot, Rose!
Rose, this sepia shade fits perfectly w/ this scene - I wouldn't have thought it would, but it really looks good.Great job
Great shot - this landscape is beautiful in sepia!
Oh, I love this barn shot. There seems to be a theme this week to sepia scenes. I've seen a lot of barns today, plus I've posted one myself. Your shot is truly country. It almost forces that moment of relaxation and stepping out of time and back 100 years. Very nice capture!If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.
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