Friday, January 16, 2009

Looking at the Sky on Friday






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Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, N.Y.

Tisha of Crazy Working Mom is the delightful host of Looking at the Sky on Friday.

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16 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like that you showed the original photo and a sepia scene too! Very nice idea. ;-)

Sylvia K said...

I like both views, too. Great shots! Have a great weekend!

Gattina said...

Fortunately the sky is blue in the first picture ! otherwise it would look too sad !

magiceye said...

beautifully somber

Lew said...

Cloud skys over cemeteries certainly change the mood. Great capture!

Looking at the sky on Friady said...

Oh, I love love love the sepia in the second photo! It's amazing how changing one thing can make such a difference in a photo isn't it?! Very nicely done. Thanks, Mary for your support and playing along.

Happy Friday!

-Tisha

Looking at the sky on Friday said...

I realized after visiting several participants that I misspelled Friday...*sigh*

Carletta said...

I love the sepia best!

It's your fault - I'm hooked on sepia now. :)

carol g said...

Isn't it amazing what a change in feeling the 2 photos convey?

dot said...

Hi Mary! I see you have been in the grave yard again. I love both views but my favorite is the sepia.

Dianne said...

lovely sky and the sepia is wonderful!!

Patti said...

I can't choose my fave, Mary. I like the blue of the sky, but the sepia gives the photo a lot of atmosphere..

have a nice weekend!

Gayle said...

Very beautiful shade of blue.

Ralph said...

In this case, I prefer the blue skies instead of the sepia. At a place of sadness, the blue skies seem a tad more uplifting, as we see the hope in a clear blue sky.

Cemeteries seem hard to photograph the real mood...sadness or gladness??

Desert Songbird said...

I like the first photo (I guess it's the original version). The blue of the sky is reflected off the snow, giving it an overall "cool" feeling.

storyteller said...

Beautiful photo paired with an interesting sepia version! I'm late in visiting because I was away from home all day yesterday, but I shared twice ... once at Happily Retired Gal and the other at Sacred Ruminations, including a bit of Haiku as usual.
Hugs and blessings,