Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sepia Scenes #54


Amelia Bloomer

Ludovico Sculpture Trail - Seneca Falls NY

"I was such a late bloomer when it comes to fashion. "
~   Debra Messing


More interpretations of Sepia Scenes at Sepia Scenes #54

9 comments:

Chicken Little said...

love this,

my-son-in-sepia said...

Very cool picture. Sepia really shows off statues of any type well.

Marice said...

cool! for me when it comes to fashion, no one is a late bloomer :)

u may view mine if u have time

Annie said...

It is so interesting how the fashion of the times sends mixed messages to us today. Long curly hair, ruffled sleeves; but clearly male as he is wearing a reverend's frock coat. Interesting image.

Marie Höglund said...

Statues are made for be in sepia. Lovely. Thanks for sharing :-)

Carletta said...

While Debra Messing might feel she was a late bloomer to fashion, Amelia Bloomer was at the forefront breaking down barriers.
As others have said - statues are great sepia subjects and this one is no exception.
Well done.
Round The Bend.

Ralph said...

She looks of the era in sepia, Also looking a bit stern, but she seems very much alive in monochrome, the blast form the pasy, we might say...

kaye said...

love the quote with the picture of that wonderful little old lady. Love the nuance of the sepia treatment. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

Mikabella said...

She looks strong! A great pic.