Snowflakes and sepia

It snowed several days ago and I sat on the veranda to watch it fall.

Tall person took several pictures and said that they look like very old sepia photographs.

He said that Sepia is a dark brown-grey color, named after the rich brown pigment derived from the ink sac of the common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis found in the English channel. Photographers added this pigment to the positive print of a photograph.

Hmm, very interesting tall person but I think you need to adjust the settings on your camera – ladies don’t like to look old in photographs!

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28 thoughts on “Snowflakes and sepia

  1. I don’t think the photo makes you look old at all! Lately I’ve been finding I am really enjoying the black and white/sepia photos.

    Nice job to the tall person!

  2. Hi Bassa!!!
    What a beautiful picture and you do not look old at all! You look like a classic beauty! We love your expression and Skylight loved your picture! He barked when he saw it and wagged his tail! 🙂

    Lots of Collie Hugs!

    The COllies and Chuck 🙂

  3. I think that the sepia photo of you are amazing!!! I love sepia photos because they look very artistic!!! Your tall person is good at it! 🙂

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