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2d Photograph - Wye Mill - Sepia by Brian Wallace

Wye Mill - Sepia is a photograph by Brian Wallace which was uploaded on September 22nd, 2012.

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Thank you First Star Art, for featuring my image in the group "Beige Brown Sepia".

Thank you Joan for your nice comment. I'm very pleased you like my image. :)

Brian, very nicely composed! I like the sepia tone you chose too!

Bria, I have passed Wye Mills many times while traveling to OC. One of these trips we will have to stop and explore Wye Mills. I had always wanted to see The Wye Oak, but waited too long. I remember when it was blown down. So sad......

Thank you Bob and Nancy for the nice comment and V. :)

Beautiful image! V/p

I love this image Brian. The sepia really give it a "vintage" look. Well done. voted

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Arlene. Have you ever been to Wye Mills? They have an old church there too as well as an old cemetery and of course our Nation's national tree (and oldest white oak tree was located here (The Wye Oak) until blown down a few years ago in a hurricane. They have planted another tree taken from the original Oak at the same spot. I believe the Wye Mill was built around 1682.

Lovely vintage piece Brian - hard to choose between the color and the sepia. Great work. F/v

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