Anything made from brass seems a natural in sepia. This soft metal piece is so artistic with its scrolling design - sepia allows the artwork to shine!
what a lovely and inspiring garden this must be.
I like the original better. The sepia conversion lacks the contrast (and impact) of the original.
You made me shed a tear.And no...it wasn't the vodka.My paternal Grandad got blown to bits in WWII.I've got his ring.It was all that was found as it happens.We're a bloody awful lot of creatures aren't we when all's said and done?
That's a beautiful photo, Dianne--very striking--and a beautiful memorial.
It looks perfect in sepia Dianne; but I LOVE the original. Such a wonderful patina.I saw some of these for the first time last spring. I had never seen any before.
I love world war I memorial things. It seems like such innocence that they say only "world war" and don't have to separate it with a number. We were so naive.
Loved the original, the natural aging really shows and is fitting.
My vote is on that original too. So glad you posted it as well.
I noticed there is no number, meaning this was from WWI, "the war to end all wars."How sad that that was not the case.The medal looks nice in both photos, but I also prefer the original because you can see how it's worn. Nice details in the craftsmanship.
What a lovely way to honor those who served
Very fine Medallion, Diane. I particularly like the patina of the original.
Beautiful!! I am always amazed how some people see art everywhere.
I'm with many of the other commentors, I like the original one better because it shows it's wear and tear. I love what it stands for.
THANKS EVERYONEI too like the original better than the sepia. The thing about the sepia that I did like was the glow on the ground around the medallion.
It looks gret in sepia. It actually makes it look newer. ;-)
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