TASTING RHUBARB ~ sour, sweet, sour, sweet...
Beautiful! I like sepia too. I don't know why I don't use it more. I think you have more open space as a contrast to the intricate lace works of bare branches. That white branch is very evocative.
But, how do you say it? SEE pee ah, or Sep-ya, other?
SEE pee ah. And you?
That last photo really speaks to me.I like the fact that sepia was originally made from squid ink. The color itself isn't always my first choice for a monochrome.
These are lovely.Thinking on sepia...
Here via both Elizabeth and Beth...What lovely pictures!
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