Digital Still-life in Alamo City

Sepia Kress imprint



Passageways, what could be more indicative?

About the author: From Deep East Texas via a trailer park in South Austin, Kramer Wetzel spent years collecting visual proof that San Antonio is weirder than Austin.

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  • maryt/theteach Mar 10, 2010 @ 9:21

    Thanks Kramer for posting for Sepia Scenes! 🙂

  • Heidi Mar 10, 2010 @ 9:37

    I love the different textures of this shot. Great in sepia!
    If you’d like to stop by my blog I’m at Cake Crumbs.

  • mizhelle Mar 10, 2010 @ 11:58

    what a cool capture 🙂

    u may view mine here

  • Ralph Mar 10, 2010 @ 12:00

    The look of the tile is nice in sepia. It has been a long time since proprietors had their name among the tiles in front of the door. A wonderful take of a bygone era…

  • EG Wowe Mar 10, 2010 @ 14:19

    Kress shows up well in sepia!

  • Shaina Mar 10, 2010 @ 18:05

    It’s neat to study the different letters. The two S’s are slightly different. The blurring on the edge of the photo make it look like an actual oldie. Neat!

  • John McDevitt Mar 10, 2010 @ 20:15

    You are now entering the twilight (sepia) zone. Kress was and is no more if I’m not mistaken.

  • Sistertex at Spacial Peepol Mar 11, 2010 @ 12:47

    Very nice example of sepia.

  • Kaye Mar 12, 2010 @ 14:29

    I remember Kress stores

    Kaye-the road goes ever ever on

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