Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Nope

I went to the small town of Brownsville, Oregon specifically to get a door picture. There was a motorcycle/concert event to support fallen troops in Iraq that took my interest instead. I did get this little shot door though. I really like the "Nope" sign in the door instead of the boring closed. :-) (I was really torn between the sepia version and the HDR color version. Let me know what you think. mouse over)



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12 comments:

Manang Kim said...

Oh wow I don't know, it's like I am torn between two lovers hehehe! Seriously they both have two different characters. But in one same door!! Great shot!
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qehenne said...

I love the power brick that gives the picture in sepia :-) really good photo

Nina said...

A really cool effect, it makes the image into to different pictures!

I´m a little concerned about what you said about my blog being very slow to load. You see, my images are 800*600 pixels and about 200-250 kB... So what could be the problem then. Have you visited me before, whas it slow then too? Thanx for telling anyhow!

Nina said...

Thanks for answering so quickly!

ASSA said...

Lowely photo!

ewok1993 said...

a door that has sense of humor. i love it.

Firefly said...

I am torn between these two. The colours one has a kind of animated feel to it, but the sepia gives it a different atmosphere. Mmmmm..... sepia for me.

Gena D said...

Lovely sepia ... like the textured brickwall - really makes the pic pop!!
thanks for stopping by!
Gena D
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Linnea W said...

That's a great entryway...if it's ever open!! I love the colors on the HDR version...WOW!

Derek K said...

Hi, great picture. i love the "nope" sign.
hopefully this doesn't come across as strange, but i'm looking for album art and the sepia version of this pic would be perfect for one of my songs. would you be open to discussing me using it?

Perry said...

Derek: Sure, send me an email, perry at pccaprice dot com