Silent Sunday – Moody


(Also linked to Black & White Sunday: Moody.)



  1. Almost monochrome. I like its steel coppery shade. A very interesting and moody edit, dear Sue. I am not sure what they are.

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  3. Very mood edit Sue, I like it.
    And I must try that out myself – looks fun

  4. Hubby says he remembers seeing something like this in Cinque Terra Italy. They were used for carting the grapes across the hillside on railway tracks. Great image for Paula’s challenge, Sue.

  5. “Moody” is exactly right given the tragic history around the Maginot Line, and you’ve given them a deeper version of moody with the sepia edit. So good to find you in my Monday in-box.

  6. These remind me of carts seen at an old coal mine. A very moody effect Sue.

  7. They haven’t worked for a long time, interesting history. Good to see you Sue, happy 2016 ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Definitely fits the bill, Sue. Or should I say ‘hopper’? ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Suitably dark, and moody indeed, Sue. Very appropriate, at this time of year.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Hi Pete! Yes, it gets a bit dark and mody from now until April…I’m a definite SAD sufferer! My mood not helped today by having a passport photo taken in a booth, the result is grotesque

  10. love the sepia effect perfect for that vintage of WWI.

  11. Oh this is a reminder of the past – sepia is great.. There is something sad about it..

  12. Very moody and dilapidated and the treatment you’ve chosen enhances the mood. You’re back in form Sue. Happy new year…

  13. An intriguing image Sue! ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Emilio Pasquale

    Love the processing Sue. I’ll have to try to replicate it one day!

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