Saturday, August 25, 2012

Simply Sepia and Two Firemen

Clayton is a Corning mailman and a talented photographer. I noticed that he recently did an excellent photo of our older post office building in sepia (a brownish pigment) which made for an intriguing variation from typical color photos.

I liked Clayton's work so much that I decided to try out an entire post of sepia photos, in no particular order and for your viewing pleasure...

Corning Inc headquarters' roof backed by Corning's Southside hill

Social Security Office

Southeast Steuben County Library

Radisson Hotel


Stepping outside the sepia arena, here's another colorful photo from the Corning Fire Department


  1. I love the old 50s look that comes with Sepia your photography is fantastic my friend :D
    And the firetruck makes for a nice contrast :)

    Choc Chip Uru

    1. CCU, you're so sweet to take time from your studies and stop by. I always treasure your comments.

  2. They do look good in sepia too. It seems to give a different perspective!

    1. It does, doesn't it. Like the difference between reading a book (B/W) and seeing a movie (color) or something of the sort. Makes you think, that's the important thing. Thanks for stopping by, Carine.

  3. thats absolutely wonderful cliks...:) love it..!
    Tasty Appetite

    1. Thank you, Jay, and sorry I didn't respond sooner. For some reason, your comment got kicked over to the spam file and I hadn't checked that file in quite a while.


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