325. Welcome…. (MOT#15)

to the Ferguson House in downtown Lincoln, NE which was constructed as a private residence by William Henry and Myrtle Ferguson between 1909 and 1911. It is one of the finest examples of Second Renaissance Revival architecture in the area and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  For a virtual tour of this home click on The Ferguson House.  I was in a creative mood and had fun processing this w/ a variety of topaz filters…


~ by Tammy on November 21, 2009.

11 Responses to “325. Welcome…. (MOT#15)”

  1. The photos is great.
    I like this.

  2. Hi Tammy,
    Beautiful house!! Love all the stone. They all look like they are different colors. Have a great day!!


  3. Love the processing, but I think it makes the house look spooky! Beautiful building.

  4. Lovely building and I love the processing. A rather moody feel to it, wonderful.

  5. What an impressive building. I love the perspective you chose and your processing really made the textures of the stone stand out.

  6. WOW!!! I agree with Val above…it appears spooky…created by the processing or the angle I am not sure..but I love it !!!

  7. Great processing! I like this.

  8. I like how the photo leads you up to the door but also up into the sky. Great angles.

  9. Great perspective and your processing is tops! You are really using these techiniques so well and so appropriate to the subject.

  10. Love the way you shot this and your processing is fantastic. It really makes the building look imposing.

  11. Ther’s a real brooding, almost ominous quality to this photo.

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