… just like the one I ‘never knew’…
I’m from a tropical country in the South hemisphere, which means Christmas was always extremely hot and poor Santa always dripping in sweat on that red suit of his.
Then I moved to latitude 47.6 N and even with that we had only one white Christmas in the past 16 years that I’ve been living here.
This year we’re seeing snow a bit more often, though. It’s not even close to being much snow, and once it stops it also starts to go away, so the snow today may not make it until tomorrow night, but who knows?…
Maybe we’ll have a white Christmas this year???
For this week’s challenges I decided to choose a picture of people and another one of a outdoor seeting.
For the people’s picture, the picture is indeed somewhat old (25 years?) but it looked already worse than a regular 25-year-old picture. I don’t know what happened at the time of the shot, but it came out with a sort of a haze, which made it look even older than it is. I also like the fact that it shows people celebrating (high school graduation, btw… ;o)
I still changes it to make sepia tones only, as in the original there was still some little color. Then I added a filter of antiquity to make it look older still (like it was my grandma, instead me me, maybe???
For the second one, I took this picture recently and I liked the remoteness of the cabin with the tent in front of it, amidst a lot of snow. I used a few effects on this one too, to give it an old picture look as well.
This post was written in response to Cee’s Black and White Challenge: Sepia Tones Only
Just a few words for proper credit: this picture was taken by my 5-year-old daughter and depicts her own hand.
This post was written in response to the Photo Challenge Travel Theme: Grasses
A cold and a warm white.
Cold white: snow season at the montain top
Warm white: plumeria blossom in Hawaii
This post was written in response to Ailsa’s Travel Theme: White.