Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Gate at 550 Silver Spur (Sepia Scenes)

Enterance gate to one of my favorite buildings in the business district, previously shown HERE.
To view others visit MaryT, theTeach at Sepia Scenes Blog.

19 comments:

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

Terrific...Now if you could only replace the Honda with a Bentley.

Cezar and Léia said...

This is a perfect sepia choice!
Sepia gives a nostalgic feeling in this picture, a romantic composition as well...'cause the gate is open, everything can happen now! :)
Hugs
Léia
*** I did one more post from the lovely Lucerne!

Lois said...

Very nice Tash! I like the way you photographed it with the left side open.

altadenahiker said...

Very deco.

Janet M Kincaid said...

Lovely gate and really cool shot!

Word ver: eyoksato = A photo that is satisfying to the eye. Like this one! ;-)

Brenda's Arizona said...

If this were a book cover, I'd have to read the book!

Rebecca said...

I like the way the gate pops against the sepia. Nicely done

Cafe Observer said...

I wood call it an exit gate.

awarewriter said...

Like that gate. Your photo is terrific. Nice perspective and just the right touch of sepia toning.

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Very attractive!

brattcat said...

I like our point of view here. Very nice, Tash.

Tricia said...

I love a rich sepia shading & this is no exception! Looks beautiful!

Louis la Vache said...

The only thing that would have made this image more perfect would have been that the car was a Rolls-Royce Silver Spur instead of a Lexus! ;-)

Julie said...

Puts me in mind of F.Scott and Zelda ...

Bibi said...

I like the sepia and the composition. I always think that gates like this are pure decoration--a small child could slip through in a couple of places, and so could my four-leggede friend! Not me...

Gena D said...

Hmmm... like this a lot - love the detail of the gate and in sepia it's excellent!
Gena @ thinking aloud
blog/ post : http://tobethinking.blogspot.com

kaye said...

love the gate from you perspective. Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

Gosia said...

intéressant

Ken Mac said...

a beauty!