Tuesday, 8 January 2013

THREE MUSES

 
SOMETHING SEPIA

It's my turn to host across at the THREE MUSES this week and I've chosen SOMETHING SEPIA as the theme.

Here is my sample and I can't make up my mind whether this young lady, is waiting patiently for something or someone, or whether it's solitude she's seeking.   Mmmmmmm.

Credit to Sharing Tubes

Thank you for looking.


18 comments:

Judy said...

On a mountain top I think she will be waiting for 'someone' to bring her a warm coat then she will tell him "I want to be alone!"
Beautiful piece of sepia simplicity, Ann!

indybev said...

Soft and gentle sepia, Ann. It sort of writes its own story. Beautiful!

Queenie Believe said...

This is so beautiful. I love sepia creations!
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Christine said...

Well, she's not smiling...
Glorious simplicity, dear Ann.

Junibears said...

How gorgeous this is Ann, so soft, simple and dreamy. Brava! xx

mary.kg said...

Quelle douceur et des couleurs si ravissantes !
Bravo Ann!
J'aime beaucoup :
Amicalement Mary.kg

Sim said...

She's not waiting, she's looking to her hands...
She is alone, enjoying her loneliness.
And dreaming.
Simpy beautiful dear Ann.

Electra said...

I love the possibilities of this and the subtle colouring. Bravo!

Yvonne said...

Subtle and gorgeous, Ann!

Lizbethem said...

This study in sepia is brilliant, Ann! Your girl seems to be pondering something important and it almost seems she is standing on a cloud. I get such a hopeful feeling from looking at this.xx

Bill said...

This is stunningly beautiful! It shows the true beauty of sepia, but is so modern in style.

I haven't even attempted this challenge yet. I think I've been fighting the flu. It has hit the U. S. hard. But this makes me want to experiment.

Liz said...

I think I would like to live in this image. It is soft, gentle, encompassing and welcoming. If i could create a safe haven this would be it!

Mila said...

I have been a beautiful picture very romantic and vintage sepia. As I can participate in challegens. Hugs

froebelsternchen Susi said...

wonderful !

LynnF said...

Breathtaking, Ann!!! What else can I say? It's so elegant, too! I love it!

Kaylene said...

Love it

Connie said...

This piece is amazing . . . you could almost drift off in her thoughts, and each time travel in a different direction. It's an excellent muse for starting a day-dream :)
I should know, because of the many day-dream adventures that I have traveled through in my 67 years . . . I should have a PHD in day-dreams hanging on my wall. Good Idea . . . I think I'm make one for myself, LOL.
Have a marvelous weekend.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

sheila 77 said...

Lovely work, she looks very happy, I think she knows that someone will come along soon.