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Sunday, 18 March 2012

Vintage photography challenge

Some photos I took on a recent trip to the seaside, vintage-d up for this week's Inspiration Avenue challenge.
I think the seaside suits the vintage look - it always feels kind of timeless.

I've edited my photos using the fabulous Picnik, which is sadly closing next month. For those that were as panic-striken by this news as I was, there's another site I've found that's worth a look - http://www.picmonkey.com 

You can find more submissions for the "Vintage photography" theme here.

8 comments:

  1. You're right...the seaside can look so timeless. I can picture these images being captured 50 or even more years ago. Another thing about seaside towns ~ they look so similar no matter where they are. However, that is a gorgeous railing along the pier, and I've never seen one like it!

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  2. I have to agree that the seaside is the perfect sight for vintage type photos. You did a super job. I really MUST check out this new site. I've never been to Picnik, but I will give picmonkey a look. Thanks for the link. And thanks for such an awesome IA entry this week. I LOVE it. It feels so desolate that you truly can believe you are alone there.

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  3. reminds me so much of Blackpool! such wonderful images!! *swoon*

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  4. Wonderfully rendered vintage feel. It's great that Shel's challenge is so popular. It took me a while to figure out what to do but in the end It was such fun manipulating my first piece digitally.
    Thanks for stopping by and the comment is appreciated!
    Best,
    Jenn of www.justaddwatersilly.com
    (IA Member)

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  5. These photos are so lovely Angie, I would be in heaven just walking on those shores... I miss the seaside so much. Thanks so much for sharing these with us!
    ♥Sharon

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  6. oh I love these pics..yes..vintage and timeless!

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  7. Thanks everyone x

    Luthien you're spot on - it is Blackpool! :)

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  8. These are great - I'd love to know how it's done!

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