Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Sepia Scenes - General Warren

Monument of General Warren at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, PA. U.S. National Park. The Battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. For more photos just scroll down to my later posts.

10 comments:

dot said...

It looks like a real person standing there. Perfect in sepia!

ROSIDAH said...

It must been amazing living at the country side. Monuments and sepia are a perfect match. I also love the frame effect. Have a great week, Deb :)

Greyscale Territory said...

Love how you have presented this photo. The frame suggests a fragment torn from some old photo album! And the figure in the photo dominates the landscape quite dramatically!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Gettysburg is an amazing place to visit. When I was there I found it hard to imagine the horrible violence that occurred there. It made me realize that war can happen anywhere.

Annie said...

This sepia looks like it is right out of the vision of Matthew Brady.

marLou said...

Very nice! I also took a look at your other pictures. Looks like a neat place to go. I've always wanted to visit there because I've been interested in the subject. Great in sepia!

Donna Williams said...

I love the effect you put on this as a frame. Looks very old indeed. Wonderful photo!

kden said...

Impressive shot; looking like a snapshot taken years ago right on the spot with the General.

Tricia said...

I had never seen a frame like that one before but it fits! I like the sepia toning too - Great job!

Carletta said...

Excellent Sepia!