Friday, March 1, 2013

Photo Art Friday...Vintage..

Photo Art Friday
It's been awhile since I participated in Bonnie's Photo Art Friday..  Here are 3 that I 
played with today, but this first shot of a photo of a vintage picture that had been blown up, framed, and hung on a bathroom wall at the place we stayed at the beach last Nov. is my favorite ....I just love it.  Still, though I notice a bit of the remainder of a reflection I didn't manage to hide.I hope to add it to my bathroom decor as well, only smaller...the colors are perfect.
.I only wish I knew who the ladies were...;)                                                     


Seaside Ore 1924




Pitcher with roses with french doors


                           Calling card paperweight (my great great grandmother's)...

                           







10 comments:

  1. I'd have any of these on my walls, but Pitcher with roses with french doors would have pride of place. Stunning!

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  2. Those women were 'daring' to go onto that rock! Lucky for you that they did, so this photo could be a subject of your VINTAGE piece. I like how the colors came out, too, in ALL the photos that you've posted. Outstanding!

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  3. Very nice and what a great pic too! Thanks for dropping by my blog and for you kind words.

    Capture Life,
    Kathy

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  4. That first shot is quite amazing. I love photos that demonstrate the adventurous nature of women in that era! Great processing on it!

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  5. Great work! I especially like the first one.

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  6. glorious work and so well done!! love that first one. oh the stories it evokes!!

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  7. I love the ladies on the rock. How did they get out there withoutgetting all wet. :) Great editing.

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  8. I love what you did with your photos...the first photo is fascinating. I'd love to know more about these three women on those rocks! Thank you for sharing. :)

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  9. These are wonderful. Seaside, OR is a wonderful place. You did a great job with that piece. I can see why it was your favorite.

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