Saturday, November 7, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday 32 - Calle Rio Rhin,DF

The building here was bright orange and the gates an electric blue, but I prefer this shot in more muted sepia tones. What do you think?? For more fun with shadows check out some super shadow shots from around the world by clicking here for Shadow Shot Sunday. Enjoy!!

16 comments:

ramblingwoods.com said...

I think it looks great in sepia..really shows up well...

Sam said...

I love the sepia tone - really lovely work! :)

Jonny Hamachi said...

Great Shot. Thanks.

Cathy said...

I do like the sepia tones, give it a dramatic feel. Great job.

wanderlust said...

It's a wonderful photo, all stark and forbidding. Sepia was perfect for it.

Hey Harriet said...

I like it in sepia. It looks like it was meant to be that way. I can't imagine it orange & blue! Lovely shot!

Gerald (Ackworth born) said...

lovely in sepia

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I stand at the gate.
Will these shadows keep me out
or imprison me?

My Shadow Shot

Sweet Repose said...

Love the muted sepia tones, they hold the shades of mystery!

Paula Scott said...

Post both versions! I'd enjoy seeing both! But, this is very magical. Are you in Nicaragua now?

Ralph said...

The fence itself is a barrier, but the shadows seem less imposing. The slats are longer yet thinner, seeming to stretch to the horizon. The sahdow is less a barrier here...

Fly Girl said...

Now you know I wanted to see the orange building with the bright blue gate!

Sylvia K said...

The sepia does work really well, Catherine, I love it!

Enjoy!

Sylvia

A Cuban In London said...

I think it looks great in that photo. It's another wonderful shot. Many thanks. And welcome back from Nicaragua. I hope you're not dropping your "pue'" at the end of each sentence, right :-)?

Greetings from London.

Catherine said...

Hi everyone - thanks so much for all the appreciative comments this week...lovely to read them all...and fly girl...sorry for toning down the colours of mexico - I have really got into shooting the city in sepia..but don't worry I will always do some colour just for you!!

Author said...

Nice capture! Oh, and I like the name of your blog. :)

Thanks for commenting on my SS!

Square Peg Guy