Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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An old shed with daisies

Friday, July 29, 2011

Could have used a landscaper

From this week's Sepia Saturday, I picked up on the theme of an old car.  This old and battered picture is my father sitting in the car, I have no idea who the child is in the foreground.  It reminds me of a scene from Bonny and Clyde.  To see more interesting pictures, go to sepiasaturday.blogspot.com

10 comments:

  1. It might be old and battered but there’s a story behind it somewhere. The child looks very anxious. I wonder what was going on.

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  2. That garden looks just like mine when we came home from 5 weeks in the USA. My grass strimmer (weed whacker) worked overtime. When I was finished it was me who was whacked.
    Great photo for this week's theme, Rosie.

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  3. The child almost looks like a ghost. At first I thought it was a double exposure.

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  4. Definitely ghost-like. Bet it's not on the negative.

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  5. A great example of the magic of sepia photos. As good as any fine art painting.

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  6. Interesting composition. Definitely a great shot.

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  7. I love the car! I too thought the child looked ghost-like.

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  8. It is a wonderful picture in every way. The car looks almost as big as the house! The whole thing is dripping with social history.

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  9. A really good Sepia Saturday. Thank you.

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  10. Almost looks like a double exposure, as if the child wasn't really there at the same time. At first I didn't even see him.

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