A Loom For Grandma

Carolyn Marshall


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Westernville, NY - United States

Great use of light. Beautifully done.

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Diane. Getting used to my new lens and trying to stay away from flash. Appreciate your comment.

Grants Pass, OR - United States

This is a step back in time, for sure! The sepia tones, the subject, the beautiful lighting... so well done! V/F +++ Blessings +++

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Cindy. While I don't remember seeing one of these being used, I can certainly imagine what it must have been back in those days. Appreciate all the "blessings", too. Same to you.

Elkton, OR - United States

Very nice Carolyn. I love an image that tells a story. Great light and shadowing. Vote.

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Katie, for the vote and comment.

Greensboro, NC - United States

Very inviting, Carolyn, great tones and image!! vote.

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Appreciate your comment and vote, Sandi.

Monroe, CT - United States

wonderful tones & capture

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Karol!

Tampa, FL - United States

Thank you so much Carol, Sarah, Rob and Nancy for all your wonderful comments. Yes, when I was walking through this building (and a few others), this lighting kept calling me. There is always something special about light as Nancy said. I have several more I hope to get up soon from this same shoot. Appreciate it everyone!

Burnaby, BC - Canada

Now this piece really evokes emotion! It's all about that light....every time! Great work Carolyn!

Copperas Cove, TX - United States

I love the play of light and shadows in this photograph.

New York, NY - United States

Very nice!

Lithia, FL - United States

Love the warm tones in this. Very cozy feel. :)

High Wycombe, B9 - United Kingdom

Lovely lighting here Carolyn!

Carolyn Marshall replied:

Thank you, Tom. It was really hard to shoot because they had a chain across the door so you couldn't really get in to get a good angle, but I was pleased with the way it turned out. Appreciate your comment.

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