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These are great pictures of Old Fort Harrod, Neal. We were there almost two years ago and found it to be very interesting. You've done a great job with the sepia here.
Neat sepia pictures, Neal. As George said, we were there a couple of years ago. I'll have to look up all of our pictures. Betsy
I like both of these, but especially the one looking through the window.
These are great! Something about the second one reminds me of Resaca.
Hi!Great Sepia Photos! I really like the second one lots! Have a great day!!Sherrie
Hi there,I too think both are great. but, oh my the window is marvelous!! wow I would print and frame that!!Happy day:-)
Great scenes for sepia. Yes, the window photo is a creative shot, wonderful composition.
I like both photos in sepia, Neal. The window in the bottom photo is sooo interesting, the cross pieces.My Sepia Scene is atEast Gwillimbury Wow
Nice graveyard. Love the window. I'm guessing there must be some civil war records there as well as the overall history of the area. My DH and I plan to explore a lot of the old civil war sites after we retire. Fort Harrod looks fascinating.
Very nicely done, Neal! That old time looks really fits w/ your subjects!
I'm looking and thinking a lot of the markers are nothing but rock.Even though it is in a State Park it almost looks neglected.The window shot is my favorite too. I like the light and shadows.
I like them both but like the window shot the best. The sepia tone adds to the age of it too. Nice shot!
The photos are all lovely, and I especially like the one perspective through the window.
Really nice job, Neal! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)
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