Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Sepia Scenes: Positive Thinking For Groundhog Day


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19 comments:

kaye said...

I'm thinking positive with you :) love the daffodils, it will only be about a month untill they start poking through.

Heidi said...

There's too much snow in my flower beds for anything to poke through besides a tree.

Jaina said...

I really like the color tones on this. Very very cool.

TexasRed said...

Love just the hint of color in this one. We've got paperwhites up and lots of shoots of other things trying to make a spring garden.

boliyou said...

Daffies are my favorite!

Annie said...

You just have to love daffidils. We used to call them daffy-dills when we were kids. Did you? They are such a wonderful sign of spring.

Marie Höglund said...

Lovely sepia tone you got here. Thanks for sharing.

Carletta said...

What a lovely sepia Heidi!
I love your photo processing on this. The selective sepia and the lighter daffodil color is beautifully done.
Mine’s here: Carletta’s Captures.
Mr. Linky is up now. :)

@nemonen said...

I didn´t know that flowers are so beautyful in sephia.

foto CHIP said...

That was a soft "waiting for spring" - sepiatone :)

Meg said...

Totally bummed the groundhog saw his shadow! But this photo is pretty -- love the tone!

Irene said...

Beautiful sepia image ... I have to wait until late April before my daffidils will start poking through, uhuuuu

Marice said...

love yellow sepia tone! lovely!

Serendipity said...

Beautiful shot. I really like daffodils :)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very lovely but I do hope you will also post daffodils in colour. Sepia reminds me of the past and I want daffodils to be in my future...very near, in fact. But I know I have to wait.

Chris said...

A great shot -- where did you find daffodils in February?

Mikabella said...

So nice to see a "springflower". Sweden is totally covered in snow and i soooo long for spring, flowers, warmth and green grass. Thaks for making my day a little bit brigther with this nice photo of "pÄskliljor" :)

Patti said...

Lovely use of sepia here..such a light touch. I like how you kept the blooms pale yellow.

I love daffodils too..my photo of the day on FB today just happens to include mini-daffodils.

Ah, spring...every day it gets closer!

maryt/theteach said...

I love what you did here, Heidi! Left a very pale yellow for us to appreciate! :)