Same raindrop, different composition and different processing. I still think I like the color version better, but the sepia has its own form of charm. I'd like the composition better if it were less top heavy (too bad that just flipping it would lead to a drop of water strangely floating upwards, because it would definitely improve the rest of the picture), but it's already nearly 1:30 and I'm too tired to see straight. I just got back from hearing my friend's band play at a Tel Aviv brewpub. Fun evening, but a late one. Photographic inspiration will have to wait until I'm more coherent. I haven't done much shooting recently but my parents arrive for a visit on Friday so that's about to change. In the meantime, you get sepia tinted raindrops. That's the thing about this blog, you just never know quite what you'll get, do you? No? Me either. What can I say, I'm.
scatterbrained eclectic. And apparently more than a little punch drunk from lack of sleep, and utterly unable to put together a reasonable blog post. Should have just stuck the photo up and been done with it, quit while I was (at least partially) ahead. Oh well, nevermind. I'm off to bed now, and it seems not a moment too soon.
Visit Sepia Scenes for, you guessed it, more sepia photos..
Ok, now I'm really and truly going to bed..
Ok, you asked and I answered. Here's a sepia version with a full color raindrop. Definitely interesting. Thoughts?