Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Skull on Adobe

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12 comments:

Debbie @Like a Rose said...

Great shot - perfect subject matter for the sepia!

kaye said...

That is excellent! my dad collected a lot of skulls, and my mother has them here and there throughout the yard. I never once thought of hanging one for her. It looks great.

Tricia said...

Very nice sepia photo - I like it very much!

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the touch of shadow on the grainy wall! All looks wonderful in sepia!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like the simplicity of this photo and the subject matter seems very appropriate!

Ralph said...

The skull like this is not seen in the Northeast. But it is a reminder of the large, majestic hooved animals that once lived just outside the Front Range. A look of a prolific past...

Gaelyn said...

That's what I should do with all my skulls, hang them instead of packing away to save from ground animals. Nice capture.

amanda said...

I am cracking the biggest smile right now this is such an awesome shot. The tones are wonderful nice and rich great job Russ!

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napaboaniya said...

Looks good in sepia. The skull on it's own in this picture is an art.

Ulrica said...

I just look at it... and realized that I love it. Could easily go on the wall as a picture.

Russ said...

Thanks all! Your very nice. This skull is actually hanging on the wall of my cousins house.

maryt/theteach said...

Very creative design and placement of the skull! The sepia tone is excellent! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)