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Camp kitchen ... 1 of 3

Posted by
Judy aka L@dybug (Brooksville, FL, United States) on 16 April 2012 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio. the Brooksville Raid, in 'grunge'. Tell me which you prefer.

SONY DSC-H5 1/400 second F/4.0 ISO 125 11 mm

January 1st is around the corner, along with an end to my daily posts, at least for now.
Dementia is so debilitating and Hubby needs more of my time.


* Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." ... <)))><
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Luke from Spokane Washington, United States

I like the style of cup!

16 Apr 2012 5:36am

fereshteh. from Iran

Great shot.

16 Apr 2012 12:49pm

Joyce from United States

oooh nice! Ageless rustic hue. Very moody and well framed comp. :)

16 Apr 2012 2:00pm

@Joyce: Thanks, Joyce ... it was fun working with layers.

franz from Baden, Austria

well, this for one is very 'authentic' ... let's wait and see the others!
love the compo here !!

16 Apr 2012 2:38pm

@franz: Thank you, Franz.

Don Levesque from Saint John, Canada

Wonderful ageless capture! Love the old style toning!

16 Apr 2012 3:12pm

@Don Levesque: And I'll await your comments on the next two. ;D

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

This is "cool" grunge kitchen chic, I'm sure. Lol. I like the image a lot.

16 Apr 2012 5:09pm

@Viewfinder: Thanks, Glenn.

Barbara from Florida, United States

I really like this grunge effect with this image. Aged and rustic.

16 Apr 2012 6:55pm

@Barbara: Thank you ... I struggle w/anything other than the original. (grin)

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Great feel to this shot Judy! Well done! ;-)

16 Apr 2012 7:29pm

Dokmateo from Madrid, Spain

Very interesting composition and treatment!

16 Apr 2012 11:24pm

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

This gives it a very vintage look. Looking forward to the other two:)

17 Apr 2012 2:37am

Riccardo from Rome, Italy

I prefere this postpro!

19 Apr 2012 5:50am

@Riccardo: Thank you, Riccardo. A few agreed with you, but most preferred the B/W version.

1/400 second
ISO 125
11 mm