Thursday, April 16, 2009

Old woman

An old lady with her walking frame is sitting next to Danube and enjoying the sun. 

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14 comments:

  1. So much atmosphere in this dreaming shot! I wonder what the old lady is thinking? Beautiful in sepia!

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  2. The lady looks as if she needed that spot to relax and park the walker for just a bit

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  3. Wonderful capture. I like the buildings in the background, they're very interesting.

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  4. This is a fantastic sepia image. I love the composition.

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  5. I wonder if she was thinking of days gone by. Nice sepia!

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  6. Awwww... when I'm an old lady with a walking frame, I hope I'm somewhere near the Danube! That is a sweet photo!

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  7. Perfect catch!
    I love the framing and the tones of this one!
    (Cheers from a fellow German, if you are German - if not than Cheers to someone living there :) )

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  8. This is very nice. Kinda has an "old world" look to it. Thanks for sharing.
    http://www.ageorgiaangel.com/blog/?p=643

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  9. There is a certain stark quality that the sepia brings out in this photo that I really like. Nicely done!

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  10. ooh, I love it--gorgeous

    Stop by to see mysepia scene

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  11. Nice shot, very effective in b&w. It looks quite chilly too.

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  12. This is a perfect capture for sepia. A timeless image.

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