Sunday Stills~Brown Written by Pix Under the Palm Fronds Joining Sunday Stills! Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 56 thoughts on “Sunday Stills~Brown” Is this your back garden? I am net tested in the flag. LikeLike Reply It is the front porch Isobel. Front entrance to our house. I ordered the flag online… 🙂 LikeLike Reply Love sepia….adds that “old-timey” touch! Happy Sunday…….. Pam and Sam LikeLike Reply Happy Sunday back at you! Off to The Mama’s today. Can’t play on the computer and it’s going to be HOT!!! LikeLike Reply Inviting porch. LikeLike Reply It is a quiet place to sit and look at everything brown around us. We need rain! LikeLike Reply I like it, I was wondering whio the first person to do a sepia pic would be..:-)) LikeLike Reply Thank you Ed for Sunday Stills! It kept me thinking all week and I took pictures of lots of brown things. It kept the camera in my hands which was good! I went with this because everything feels brown around here right now. It is HOT and everything is crispy… 🙂 I hope next week we get some rain, not likely, and I feel all green! LikeLike Reply I LOVE that entryway! It is gorgeous in sepia too! Looks like a good place to sit and visit! LikeLike Reply Come and sit a bit on the porch Linda! I have some Missouri wine chilled… 😀 LikeLike Reply That looks so peaceful. Very pretty LikeLike Reply It is peaceful Kim and I need all the peace I can get this summer! LikeLike Reply I could sit out there for a long time real easy. LikeLike Reply And we sit out there One Fly! Thank you so much for your visit! LikeLike Reply really pretty! LikeLike Reply Thanks Tex! LikeLike Reply I bet everyone who approaches your front door slows their walking perceptibly… longing to linger on that porch… !! (Sorry it’s so hot! We’re cold enough here that we had the woodstove fired up yesterday! ??) LikeLike Reply Good Morning Laurel! You had a fire?! Sounds nice. People hardly ever make it to the front door. They head for the seating Under the Oaks! LikeLike Reply I can imagine that your front door hinges get rusty from dis-use! Oh how difficult a decision to move back to the city after being under the oaks…. !! Waaah! Yes, Pix, a fire! Weird damn late-June weather. Apparently, the newsies are calling this month June-uary. I am happy to be spared the heat for as long as possible. Just can’t take it! And this from someone who lived in Tucson for 9 years! St. Louis? Hmmm… I have a great-great-something uncle who was a rum-runner on the Mississippi out of St. Louis! >:-D LikeLike Reply The stuff we learn blogging. I don’t know if I will be able to leave the Tiny Ten. But we can’t take care of this small acreage forever. St. Louis or Springfield~sooner or later. I hear ya on the heat and the ding dang humidity! LikeLike Reply Stay cool. More heat and humidity for you this week, I heard you say. yikes! LikeLike Reply Everything is brown when edited with sepia! Creative spin on the challenge. ~Lisa LikeLike Reply Thank you! I enjoyed my visit to your blog and loved your baby camel… 🙂 LikeLike Reply That’s pretty Pix. LikeLike Reply Thank you Deb! LikeLike Reply Great job and I love what you did with the shot. It looks very antique and inviting. LikeLike Reply Thank you for your good words! I enjoyed my visit to your blog and see that you have Julie from Dog Trot on your list of blogs, she is a sweetie. I signed up for an email subscription with you~moruralrambles would be me… 🙂 LikeLike Reply What a welcoming entrance! Love the use of the stone, and that is a great flag! Hope you get some rain, we got quite a bit one evening this week. LikeLike Reply 100 degree temps now for the week. I am so ready for fall! LikeLike Reply Very pretty. Hoping you’ll have rain soon….. LikeLike Reply Thanks Dianna. It is going to be 100 for the next few days. We need rain so bad. Poor Oaks. I feel so bad for anything that has to live outside. Kitties too. LikeLike Reply How lovely . . . and inviting. LikeLike Reply It is a great place to sit and watch and listen to the birds but it is too HOT right now! Thanks for your visit Cecelia… 🙂 LikeLike Reply Love your porch, Pix! Looks like a nice place to sit and relax. When it’s about 20 degrees cooler, that is!! I don’t think our a/c shut off all day! LikeLike Reply We weren’t home yesterday but I am sure the a/c got a workout and it was nothing compared to what is ahead of us. I don’t think we will see porch sittin’ weather till October! Hope you had a wonderful date night with your Hubby. Also hope you made a decision on your shingle color…. 😀 LikeLike Reply I can just feel the ambiance here LikeLike Reply We spend some time on the porch listening to the birds but our favorite sitting place is Under the Oaks! LikeLike Reply wow, so inviting and i loved the whole tone. great shot 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thank you so much Henry! You have beautiful pictures on your blog. LikeLike Reply Great picture, and the motiv really fits the sepia. LikeLike Reply Thank you so much! LikeLike Reply stunning post processing and awesome idea LikeLike Reply Thank you so much for the kind words on the post processing Chloe! I have Kim Klassen to thank for her textures. And thank you for your visit to Under the Oaks… 🙂 LikeLike Reply Wow, You did a superb editing job. You ought to frame it and hang it on your wall. Beautiful! 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thank you E.C.! It is sooooo nice to see you! LikeLike Reply You’re very Welcome. It’s always nice to see you too. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Love this one! LikeLike Reply Thanks Lauren! Hope your packing is going well… 🙂 LikeLike Reply Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Your photos are fantastic (love that bugs and beer one especially). LikeLike Reply I loved my visit to your blog and I plan to return! LikeLike Reply Thanks for visiting 5 Starr’s Farm, Love this photo, great idea. LikeLike Reply Your Dad’s saddle! That makes it even the more bestest brown… 🙂 Thank you for your visit too! LikeLike Reply I love this piece-you do gorgeous photography LikeLike Reply Thank you Kathy, that is very kind of you. I have so much to learn about picture taking. LikeLike Reply So beautiful. Ellen LikeLike Reply Thank you so much! Thank you for the visit too.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Just say "hey"! Say more if you want, that's good too :) Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. 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