Friday, August 1, 2008

Gone to Another Place and Time


...at least that's how it feels everytime I go on vacation to the family beach house. This was taken there last year (I have another version of it on Flickr) and I just recently came across a bunch of digital files that I never processed. So I did get a few done, and brought them with me to New England to upload to my photo account, but the others will have to wait for my return to NYC. Meanwhile, I am on low-tech living here in the middle of nowhere, so forgive my lack of comments and visits to all of your wonderful blogs for a while!

15 comments:

Sandy Mastroni said...

Have a wonderful peaceful vacation Susan

sMacThoughts said...

I don't think that will be difficult. I am surrounded by seagulls, ocean, and plenty of seafood. Not many people. Rarely a car comes around...A nice combination! thanks, Sandy!

happygirl? said...

The angle of this photograph really gives this truck/car presence. I love the retro vibe.

sMacThoughts said...

The retro vibe is pretty much built in to the scene and subject, isn't it? I can take no credit other than to do this is a duotone (b/w tint). Thanks!

Brambor said...

It looks great.

sMacThoughts said...

Thanks for coming around, Brambor!

Art Kitten said...

Yes, enjoy your vacation! That is another beautiful photograph as well.

sMacThoughts said...

Thanks so much, art kitten!

Jiffy Cat said...

If you find any razor clams make sure you eat them. They are so good. Grill them with a little olive oil and sprinkle a little Parmiggano Reggiano on them. Don't forget to roll with the lobster or lobster roll whichever you prefer.

sMacThoughts said...

Oooh, Jiffy, I'll keep an eye out. Never heard of those, but I'll keep my eyes out. Lobster rolls, however are a staple here!

tangled sky studio said...

i just discovered your site and what a treasure it is! your photographs are amazing...i love the one used for your banner. i'm off to check out your etsy site now...isn't the ocean the most restorative, balancing thing on the planet???

Lauren Bentley said...

oo... an idyllic 1940's beauty. i actually kind of prefer your treatment on this one. spectacularness!
lovely blog by the way. i look forward to stopping by from time to time :)

sMacThoughts said...

tangled sky .... yes, the ocean has its way of curing so many stresses!

lauren .... I think I agree with you the more I look at this one. I like the sepia tone. My other shows more detail under the car as well which is why I put it on Flickr. Welcome and glad you visited!

Scott Bulger Photography said...

This is a very nice shot.

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