Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Sepia Scenes: Not for Sitting Anymore

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This old chair was on the porch of an antique store. I'm not sure if it is safe for sitting anymore, but it looks great for decorating.
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15 comments:

judi said...

It is a great subject for Sepia Scenes. I would love to see the details of this interesting chair, bet it has a "history". judi

Ria said...

what a drama shot! it looks like someone was working on weaving that basket then got called away...

Kahshe Cottager said...

It is a pretty chair ... I wonder what stories it would have to tell! Perfect choice for sepia.

Thumbelina said...

And it looks great in sepia too!

Come see my sepia too! (If you're not going through Mr. Linky to get to my blog, then scroll down for the sepia post once you get there. Thanks.)

Ralph said...

Lots of modern chairs are flimsy, so who knows: a new finish and a chair pad might make for comfort and style...this may be a true Windsor chair. It looks nice...

ewok1993 said...

Yes what a perfect subject for sepia. That chair may be perfect as a plant stand.

Annie said...

Good looking chair has definitely earned the right to sit there looking pretty.

PJ said...

Very appropriate for Sepia Scenes. The basket appears very delicate. Very nice work.

Tricia said...

It DOES look great for decoration - Nice shot

kden said...

Nice sepia shot. I stick chairs like that in my garden.

Vita Stunder said...

Lovley chair and I would love to bring it home with me!
I really like old furniture ;)
They got so much to tell us, if we just listen!

Great tone of sepia!
Have a great day :)

Anna

hip chick said...

Very nice. I love all textures.

kaye said...

it does look great for decorating and it looks great in sepia. http://dfwphoto.blogspot.com/2009/05/new-blogger-encouragement-tag.html

kaye said...

I posted the wrong link in my previous comment (chagrin) Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene Thanks!

maryt/theteach said...

Donna, this is a beautifully creative scene! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)