Beauty Lies Within

Thursday, June 25, 2009


A slightly "tweaked" shot of the beautiful Seymour Conservatory at Wright Park in Tacoma.
For a little bit of history on this wonderful place, just click here.

10 comments

  1. gogouci Says:

    the lighting gives the conservatory warmth. Nicely done.

  2. Abe Lincoln Says:

    Beautiful shot. I like the glow about the place and the sepia adds a dimension to that as well.

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  3. Hilda Says:

    Perfect!
    I see conservatory photos posted in CDP every now and then and I think the buildings are gorgeous, but this is the first time I've seen someone photograph one with the light shining behind it. Glorious!

  4. Lois Says:

    You did a great job of "tweaking" on this picture! I like the way the light seems to glow from within.

  5. Amazing photograph, it looks so eerily Victorian!

  6. tapirgal Says:

    Hi, I remember visiting the conservatory a couple of years ago. It was delightful. Your pic looks so different in sepia, and I really like it. Very nice! Tacoma has some beautiful and relaxing spots.

  7. AB Says:

    Beauty also lies without — in the eyes of a good photographer.

  8. Thank you all. I appreciate the kind comments.

  9. this is a wonderful photo. well done.

  10. Lynette Says:

    If I were a movie set scout, I would prize this photo! To tell you the truth, I'm just a photo blogger, and I prize it!

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