Sepia/Plant

Decided to give the Tag Challenge a go this week. This time I landed on some very compatible words- sepia and plant. What do you think; did I pull it off?
This is fabulous and so striking. The plant almost vibrates.
posted September 17th, 2011  
This is cool how the sepia makes it look like one of those flowers that are actually sculpted from curls of wood shavings
posted September 17th, 2011  
@allie912 Thanks Allison! I took it and thought it would look good, but when I put it up on the computer, I fell in love with it!
@pandorasecho Thanks Dixie! Those arrangements must look quite pretty. I don't think I've seen one, but it sounds really nice.
posted September 17th, 2011  
Amsome! Normaly it's so much colour in the flowers, but look here you can see the amazing shapes so good!
posted September 17th, 2011  
PS be aware we use the tag: tagchallenge9 ! Just to be sure your in competition!
posted September 17th, 2011  
Nice post processing
posted September 17th, 2011  
@maaikel thanks Maaikel- I corrected it.
posted September 17th, 2011  
@jml0306 Thanks Joseph. I shot it in sepia and sharpened it a bit, then added the frame. That's it- nothing fancy. I really appreciate your comments and am enjoying your awesome black and whites this week.
posted September 17th, 2011  
This is a beauty, fav for me.
posted September 17th, 2011  
@odje Thank you so much Odina! I truly appreciate the fav!!
posted September 17th, 2011  
I really like the effects!
posted September 17th, 2011  
@yomamabinrotten Thanks Wyoming! Just caught up on several of your pictures. I like your statue shots, but it's good you're branching out to other subjects. Thanks again for the comment!
posted September 17th, 2011  
Very pretty
posted September 17th, 2011  
beautiful
posted September 17th, 2011  
@kerristephens @sarasdadandmom Thanks Kerri! Thanks Terry! I'm always encouraged by your comments!
posted September 17th, 2011  
Love this shot Ann. It has an old world feel to it. Like if this flower could talk it would have some stories to tell!
posted September 18th, 2011  
You pulled it off very nicely. Great shot
posted September 18th, 2011  
I love this! :)
posted September 18th, 2011  
A fabulous photo, and totally beautiful in sepia
posted September 18th, 2011  
oh yes you did - wonderfully
posted September 18th, 2011  
@kkauter Thanks Kerrie- well, if this plant could talk, it would tell you that it came from my good friend Dale, who has a green thumb and so many of its kind, he passed this along to me so I could transplant it. (o:
@bkbinthecity Thanks bkb!!
@potsbypam Thank you Pam!
@digitalrn Thank you so much Rick!
@pampowell Thanks Pam!
Thank you everyone. I am really pleased with this shot and your comments are so encouraging!
posted September 18th, 2011  
Great Shot Ann!! Congrats on the Pop Page!!! =)
posted September 18th, 2011  
beautiful!
posted September 18th, 2011  
yes you pulled it off, great shot
posted September 18th, 2011  
Great shot for the tag challenge :) The pic works really well in sepia too.
posted September 18th, 2011  
Beautiful in sepia!!!
posted September 18th, 2011  
A work of art! Lovely!
posted September 18th, 2011  
@tammylarson Thanks Tammy- I hadn't realized I made it on there!!
@neilbrewski Thanks Neil!
@stinkypete Thank you Pete!
@alia_801 Thanks Alia! I felt sort of guilty having two such compatible tags for the challenge.
@kimmiesue Thanks Kim!
@cimes1 Thank you Carole.
Thank you all- your words and compliments are so uplifting!
posted September 18th, 2011  
Wonderful shot!
posted September 18th, 2011  
This is simply beautiful!
posted September 18th, 2011  
@snipsnap Thank you so much Ramona! I appreciate your view and comment!!
@httpgeffed Thank yo Colleen! Thanks for all your comments today and always!
posted September 18th, 2011  
Beautiful picture.
posted September 18th, 2011  
@simster Thank you Simmy and thanks for the follow!
posted September 18th, 2011  
This is very striking! Excellent shot for the tag challenge. I'd say you've nailed it!
posted September 19th, 2011  
@5unflow3r Thank you so much Trina!
posted September 19th, 2011  
Very nice shot, love the detail & looks great in sepia :)
posted September 19th, 2011  
@sjodell Thanks Sarah! I think it's one of the strongest shots I've taken since starting 365. I appreciate your comment!
posted September 19th, 2011  
is it a succulent? regardless ~ BEAUTIFUL
posted September 19th, 2011  
Congrats on the PP again! Nicely done, Ann
posted September 19th, 2011  
@danimarie Thank you so much Danielle. I've heard this plant called Hen and Chicks as well as Cat and Kittens. I think you're right and that it is a succulant. It's pretty hardy and it likes to grow on rocks. It multiplies quickly so it makes a nice ground cover. This one is in a pot waiting for me to transplant it. Thanks for the view!!
posted September 19th, 2011  
@kloud Thank you Bonnie! I couldn't believe my photo was there! I printed it out this time- like it was a diploma to hang on my wall! It is an honor to be there with so many phenomenal photographers.
posted September 19th, 2011  
I think I know this plant! and always thought it too dully coloured to make a vibrant photograph!.but this fabulous :) lovely perspective too!
posted September 20th, 2011  
@emperess Thank you so much Vidya! Yes, isn't it interesting how we can quickly pass something by, but suddenly see it anew when it comes to taking a picture? Thank you so much for the view and comment!
posted September 20th, 2011  
love this..never thought you could use sepia in a shot like this
posted September 23rd, 2011  
@lilypad Thank you Ellie. I would probably never have thought of the combo either, had I not gotten the two words for the tag challenge. So, I'm glad I did it.
posted September 23rd, 2011  
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