Park in Sepia

Flicking through some of the first photos I took and edited I’ve rediscovered a love for Sepia. Capturing vibrant colours is a powerful thing but Sepia seems to have a way of bringing memories that extra bit of feeling sometimes. Funny how after revolutionary technology which made blurriness or lack of colour unnecessary, a love of Sepia remains, and, as a friend commented earlier today, people are fashionably using Instagram to deliberately blur their photographs. My friend wouldn’t agree with me, but perhaps in a world of advanced technology we do, some of the time at least, want to be comfortable in keeping things simpler, and relating back to the people of our past. And there’s a wonderful creative element in bringing to life, drawing attention to the elements and sensations that particularly speak to you. I’ve remembered my love for the park as well now, I must go back a few times more this summer before university…

Bramhall Park in Sepia, June 2010 photo/RachaelEliz

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