Word a Week: Atmospheric – in Sepia

The word for the week from A Word in Your Ear is atmospheric.

I am also joining in on Sepia Saturday so I thought I’d have some fun and go sepia with the atmosphere!
Atmospheric:
1. pertaining to, existing in, produced by, or consisting of the atmosphere
2. resembling or suggestive of the atmosphere; softened and muted; hazy
3. having or producing a distinct emotional or esthetic tone, mood, or quality

I took these shots in 2011 when I was living at an apartment complex. I’ve never done anything with them. As incredible as the clouds were, I didn’t think the buildings set them off well. BUT… today I played. While I converted the photos to sepia, I used various effects in Pixlr Express to create a moody tone.

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atmospheric sepia med
atmospheric sepia dark
Would you like to see what kind of day it really was? Here is the original of the first photo edit.
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I decided to have even more fun and put some space overlays on the third image (my favorite). Talk about over the top! 😉

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As always I welcome your comments on this or any other part of my blog. For more atmospheric images head on over to A Word in Your Ear. And to join Sepia Saturday head on over to see Ruckus the Eskie.

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19 thoughts on “Word a Week: Atmospheric – in Sepia

  1. Meghan Post author

    Thank you! I love sepia saturday. I know with the LinkyTool! That was a pain for me too on Sunday. Ah well, in general I really like how it’s run.

  2. Ruckus the Eskie

    Whoa whoa whoa Meghan. You have a skill for this! Great photo to begin with but the sepia…really sets off the whole tone! Amazing pair-up with the atmospheric theme. See you next week on Sepia Saturday! Hopefully LinkyTool won’t act up again.

  3. Eclectic

    I like the last one too before you put the wild effects on however I did like those effects for fun. Clouds are stunning in their own right. When I was a kid I used to just lie on the grass and stare at the clouds watching them move. I don’t know if you noticed but in the pics you took the clouds resemble in differing intensity the shape of the trees underneath? X

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