Thursday, December 02, 2010
At the Stonecutter's Arms
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, August 2010
Thought I'd throw in one final sepia-toned shot before we call an end to this rather well-received theme (here's where it all began.) It's been a wonderful week, thanks to everyone who's contributed, but all good things must eventually come to an end. Thankfully in my world, every ending is followed by another beginning, so tonight at 7 Eastern, we'll launch yet another theme: Night.
The neat thing about this shot is that I grabbed it in color and didn't post-process it. Sometimes, the light has a mind of its own before it works its way through the lens, onto the sensor, through the camera's circuitry and ultimately onto the memory card. I guess it was just a monochrome/sepia kind of scene to begin with.
Your turn: Now that we've had a week of sepia-toned goodness, it's time to reflect. What's the appeal of a scene without color?
One more thing: The title of this entry has a musical connection. Care to take a guess?