Monday, January 14, 2013

Tones on Tuesday #61 1.15.13

I am so glad to see so many new participants and those who continue to link up each week. I am hoping to see this link up continue to grow!

Also, I am doing a Reverse 365 this year. If you are doing a 365, Reverse 365 or Project 52 I would love to follow along. Share your link on the Facebook Page.

Now on to the showcases...

Linda at Linda Makiej Photography
The softness of the tones is lovely in the photo and I love the vintage feel. It was also taken with a camera phone, impressive! Thank you for sharing Linda. 

The leading lines of the railroad tracks pull you in and I love the timeless feel of the whole scene. The composition is stunning. Thank you for sharing Sarah!

Jessica at Jessica st. Lewis
Such a fun photo! I love how Jessica took a blurry photo and changed it into something amazing, it looks like it could be a print you pay a lot of money for. What a great edit Jessica!

Linda, Sarah and Jessica please go HERE to grab your showcase button.

Now it's your turn to share your photo with altered tones. Here are the guidelines for Tones on Tuesday:
  • The basic idea is to share one photo where you have altered the tones. Such as a black and white, sepia toned, selective coloring or colored photo. Feel free to share the original and edit, or just the edit.
  • Please share a photo that you have taken and edited yourself.
  • One photo per photographer please. If you have more than one photo in your post please indicate which one is for Tones on Tuesday. If you link up more than once only the first photo will be considered for showcasing.
  • Please link up with your permalink and not your blog address.
  • Attach the Tones on Tuesday button or a link back here to your post.
  • Leave comments for at least 3 other participants, share the love :o)!
  • Have fun!
Disclaimer - By participating you give Scattered Horizons permission to share your photo on this blog. Photographers will be given credit for their work.

I haven't been shooting as much macro as I have hoped, but when I went to Ebey's Landing last weekend the rocky beach provided a few opportunities. There were so many great textures and patterns in the rocks, sand and driftwood. This rock was sitting on a log just begging to be photographed. I happily obliged!

Settings: ISO 800, 100mm, ss1/320, f/2.8
"A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Joining the link ups below. Be sure to check out the beautiful shots and join the Tones on Tuesday link up found further down!
 P52 Sweet Shot Tuesday with Kent Weakley   and then, she {snapped}


  1. Lovely shot, but I really like that quote!

  2. Thank you so much for the feature! Hugs

  3. Thank you for hosting and I love the rock. I want to practice some macro!

  4. Love your rock macro... and all the images of the last weeks winners too. Well done everyone!

  5. Belas as imagens selecionadas! Gosto do macro, sempre interessante. Um abra├žo!

  6. It is such a subtle and beautiful picture. I really like the contrast of texture and that big round shape of the stone.


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