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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Garst Mill in Sepia

On my other blog, MsElenaeousPics I posted some shots of the Roanoke River in black & white which signifies the end of winter to me. Sunny and in the 60's during yesterday's walk, I switched to sepia for Garst Mill Park...a little bit closer to spring...



















If you look real close you can see bulbs pushing through...not much longer til spring...hang in there!

5 comments:

  1. Wow, I love the sepia! It makes these photos look so timeless. Gorgeous pictures. Yay for it being almost spring.

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  2. Thanks Portia...is it finally warming up in Kansas? Any more snow?

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  3. Up North we are actually seeing sun and 40+ degrees as well.

    I like your photos; especially the one of the small waterfall.

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  4. I used to live right up Willowlawn from Garst Mill Park.

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  5. We had a bright spot of warmth over the weekend. Thunderstorms now! It's funny, but your pictures so much remind me of my dad's hometown in Southern Missouri.

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