Sunday, June 29, 2008

My Wordless Sunday #21 - in Charleston, SC



16 comments:

André Lemay said...

I really like this picture. It remind me of the old days at my grand parents.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Andre,

for your kind comment. I'm happy that my photos bring you back in time to sweet memories of the good old days. :-)

Anonymous said...

To all readers: Have a great lazy Sunday ;-)
And let the memories come ...

Luke

Susanne49 said...

Hi Luc,

thanks for your comment. It must be hot up there too, talking about lazy Sundays...LOL..and of course the sweet memories too. :-)

Dan said...

Beautiful picture today Suzanne! Love how the bridge leads my eye and the wonderful shadows. Great job.

My summertime project is to master exposure. Thank God I don't use film anymore. I am taking so many pics to experiment with different ss/aperature/iso/speed combinations I would be mortgaging the house to pay for processing back in the film days!

Thanks again for your fine work and inspiriation.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

It's beautiful, Susanne. I love how the shadows dance on the bridge concrete... it's very nice. I would love to walk this bridge with my sweetheart... it looks so romantic.
Thanks for your nice comment on my blog today.
Mountain Retreat

Susanne49 said...

Hi Michele,

I hope you've caught a lot of big fishes today! :-)

Thanks for commenting!

Gabor E. Nagy said...

Love it.... thanks for sharing and keep bringing this wonderful "Wordless Sunday"s

Susanne49 said...

Szia Gabor,

thanks for your kind compliment - I will bring more photos on Sundays out of my B&W box, I promise. :-)

Susanne49 said...

Hi Dan

Thanks for visiting and for your kind comment. I'm glad you liked this B&W photo.

evlahos said...

wonderful capture and treatment

Susanne49 said...

Thank you very much, evlahos!

Carole said...

Lovely sepia tones and I like the patterns on the ground created by the trees and the side of the bridge. This is lovely Sue.

Susanne49 said...

Thanks for your visit here, Carol!

Greg said...

Beautiful shot! I bet it would look like a much hotter day if you'd kept the color. Now, in the sepia tones, I get the feeling I could stand there, watching the water slip by beneath me, for hours.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Greg,
for visiting my blog and for your kind comment.Yes, you are right about the color picture impressions!

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