They're almost like snow flakes.
I love how the sepia color turn out beautifully. Great shot too.About the sign, it was given by the Michigan Historical Commission. And it is not common anymore this time it was a good thing my husbands family keep this for more than hundred years. Thanks for the visit!Sepia Scene
Young, it was my favorite game at my grandmother's home. My great-grandfather was a tailor. Today, when I find a button in the street, I still pick it up ! I thought to capture them …
I agree. The uniformity of color allows the view to focus on the details that make each button unique from the others.
They DO look great in Sepia! Happy 100 Sepia Scenes posts! Thanks for playing! I really appeciate it! :)
We can never fully appreciate the role of buttons in our lives. They seem anonymous to us, we only pay attention when we lose them...So this sepia look at buttons is required viewing. The button thus is beautiful, the changes in shape, number of thread holes and so on. Here, the lowly button is now the star!
Thanks for visiting me. I love your header and the pearls. Lovely contrast to the books. Cool photo for sepia scenes this week. You are rich of buttons. I like buttons and save some, but I don´t have 100.
Oooh, I love buttons, and right in step with the 100th post of Sepia!
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