I had first created a Sepia album when I frequently uploaded to WebShots (I slowed down because of their whole “captcha” usage for putting comments, too many people complained), and I had called it Sojourn in Sepia, I like the alliterative title. As I gained confidence in my photography I found that I was taking more and more images geared toward monochromatic post-processing, so the sojourn continues with this one that I took last week.
The latest addition to the Sepia album is one I tried on a walk down Brickdam, I was standing back waiting for Nikhil to take some shots when I looked up and noticed this stair and landing framed by the trunk of the tree.
On another note, all along I’ve been using the WordPress.com as the main blogging address, and I’ve also been using the sub domain as a forwarder although it wasn’t being treated as a full sub-domain, today I made it into a fully applicable sub domain, so all the blog address are now blog.themichaellamcollection.com addresses with sub-folders etc. The sojourn continues. 🙂
14 thoughts on “The sojourn continues”
Next thing you will be selling ad space and making a living off your blog 🙂 Nicely spotted photo by the way.
don’t think I can do the ad thing, but I would gladly promote your site for a small fee 🙂
wait, I do that for free already 🙂
You’re way over my head with the techno-talk, but the image is lovely – wonderful tones and framing.
Thanks 🙂 The image is the important part 🙂
Very nicely done. I love the way that the tree frames the house and I love the sepia conversion. That photo is definately one that should be blown up (expanded sort, not the destructive one..:D) and framed.
Thanks Nigel, I always appreciate the views 🙂
I like the framing on this shot. Interestingly, I see lots of geometric shapes in this shot. Nice find.
Thanks Sasi, the geometry is truly a bonus 🙂
Very nice Mike.) I just shared you on my Twitter site too.:) http://Twitter.com/A_Unique_Gift
Thanks 🙂 I am flattered.
Great composition on the shot, isn’t that the way it always works, we can look for shots all day (and get them) but sometimes its just the random “looked up” moment that produces a shot that we really like.
Yes, it just works out that way sometimes 🙂 Thanks.
I love framed shots, especially this one. You have a nice tonal contract in this one.
Thanks Martina, I often look for framing, but most times the frame is nice but beyond it is nothing appealing 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.