Monday, November 16, 2009

Monochrome Monday

Entrance to the Rose Kennedy Memorial Rose Garden. Pictures of the roses in color can be seen here and here. Other monochrome pictures can be seen at The Monochrome Weekly hosted by Aileni.

24 comments:

Dagrun said...

I love it en sepia. Beautiful bench too!

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is so unique, almost surreal.

Claire said...

I love the sepia effect. This is a good and nice idea.

Aileni said...

Timeless - there should be a carriage.

Vogon Poet said...

Very good, a really plausible sepia!

Malyss said...

How could I not love this picture!? The sepia makes this bench verrrrry romantic!

RuneE said...

The open gate invites us in - the bench is there for us when we leave.

ElinSire said...

O, I really like this image. The soft sephia effect is lovely. And so is the bench.

John said...

A lovely old fashioned feel about it.

Lachezar said...

Very delicate and artful photograph, real pleasure to contemplate!

brattcat said...

I agree with the others. This is a very successful image in every way. Was it taken recently?

B SQUARED said...

A very nice tone to this image.

Frank said...

This is a respectful scene for Mrs. Kennedy with solid gates and a real park-like setting. Her rose is gorgeous. Love the tones in this black and white. Nice post!

Lois said...

How pretty!

jennyfreckles said...

It's lovely, the open gate invites us in. I'd like to think someone might make a memorial rose garden for me one day...or even one bush?

Daryl said...

Normally I am not a sepia lover but this works perfectly!

marley said...

Lovely effect. Looks a very peaceful place.

Birdman said...

Almost looks snow-covered... I don't even want to think about that!

Anne said...

Just perfect!!! hope the people sittng there, not in such a very pain...,just happiness...

Mélanie said...

I really like this soft light and sepia colors. It suits perfectly to the ambiance of the picture.
Can I ask you how you achieved it?

hip chick said...

Oh I love this one. It's perfect.

Jacob said...

One of the nicest sepia photos I've seen!

Cezar and Léia said...

this picture brings a romantic feeling inside our heart!Fabulous sepia, congrats!
Léia :)

awarewriter said...

Your photo is delicious.