Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Sepia Scenes #18 Yates Mill II


"Yates Mill II"
Raleigh, NC - December 2008 (Click to embiggen)

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Another view of historic Yates Mill.Violence Unsilenced
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16 comments:

Tricia said...

Oooo This is really nice sepia shading & it looks like a nice place too! There's a mill west of here, I'm gonna have to get out there & take some pictures this spring! Thanks for reminding me!

Ralph said...

This picture, grainy and all, looks as if it isn't merely a period piece...but with the authentic look of right then. I am there. The sepia adds age to make the old mill look just right...

Felisol said...

The mill is of course very cleverly made. All these angles and shadows adding life to the photography.
I learn a lot just from watching experienced photographers work.
I just realized I'm being to hard on the contrast button.
From Felisol

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I'm glad you keep taking us to the mills, Mojo. They ARE so interesting. ;-)

Artist Unplugged said...

Wow, that photo is neat, ever been to Fall's Mill in Tennessee? This is a lovely photo, kind of grainy...ha. I also love the shot of the door below, it is beautiful. I love looking at the doors David has shot.

Robin said...

Ooh, that works REALLY well! Great one.

tarheelrambler said...

It's fascinating how many different ways there are to see and photograph that old mill. Nice job, Mojo.

Annie said...

Wow. All those textures and angles and curves.

Leora said...

I like the roundness of the wheel with the stone and wood and wet.

dot said...

That old mill looks good in all colors but I especially like the sepia. Mine is

HERE

napaboaniya said...

Thought of paranormal activities are flooding my mind imaging this place in the night... *slaps.forehead.I'm.scaring.myself.silly*

Rose said...

I came so close to posting a mill wheel today, and thought no, another time. I am glad I waiting...I don't think mine is quite as good as yours!

Jan said...

Wonderful sepia, I like the doors you chose, too.

Juliana RW said...

lovely....

My entry for Sepia post this week: in HERE. I hope that you can stop by also. Thanks

Shinade said...

Really really nice Mojo. You picked a perfect subject for sepia. One of my faves so far!!:-)

maryt/theteach said...

Such an authentic looking photo, Mojo! Old fashioned and lovely! :)