Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Sepia Scenes # 46


Driving to the Black Hills we saw this cool sculpture on the hill right before the 1880 Town. Had to stop and get a shot and it looks perfect in sepia. Please visit Mary to view more sepia scenes and to play along. Click Here

10 comments:

kden said...

That is the coolest shot I have seen in a long time. I love the long leash ;-) Looks perfect in sepia.

kbear said...

way too kewl!

Artlover said...

Great shot. Well done!
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Small City Scenes said...

Very neat. I like it. MB

Rambling Woods said...

Those are interesting sculptures and it does look great in sepia....

Heidi said...

I think that's one pet I could do without. And I think I'd use a muzzle and straight jacket, not just a leash. Very creative. Nice sepia scene!
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maryt/theteach said...

This is amazing and very unusual! Good job! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)

kaye said...

so cool, i absolutely love it. If you’d like to drop by and see my sepia scene & window views, they are here. thanks!

Carletta said...

That is so unique!
Your sepia shot is a wonderful capture of this whimiscal duo!!

...^^v... said...

reminds me of victorian era...and i see the rustling skirts of a lady trying to catch a rich noble husband..lol.

and, that was her home before she got married...

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