Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Sepia Scenes #61: For a Little Dough...


"You Can Be Well Bread"
Greensboro, NC - May 2009 (Click to embiggen)

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13 comments:

Robin said...

I love the gritty vintagey feel of this one.

Mama Zen said...

Perfect sepia shot. But, you're killing me with the titles!

Annie said...

An interesting building. I wonder if it is still functioning?

Marie Höglund said...

This building is perfect for sepia. A feeling of vintage.

Marice said...

cool shot! and i love how the sky appears on sepia :)

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@nemonen said...

Wow great sepia shot!

Daryl said...

Oh a ghost sign .. .love them

Joyce said...

Wonder how long the writing has been on the building? I like the vintage feel with the sepia.
Joyce

Perry said...

Very well done. Feels like an image from the prior turn of the century.
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maryt/theteach said...

Oh, Mojo, I like this A LOT! "Give us this day..." :)

Ralph said...

I like the old mill facility in sepia. The building is from a time and place almost worlds away from today. I would enjoy this building in washed out white brick, too. But the soothing sepia enhances the classic look wonderfully...

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Beautiful! An excellent choice for sepia.

awarewriter said...

I agree. The old building "likes" the sepia tones.