…dinner?…

Posted by karla (Omaha, United States) on 31 March 2011 in Lifestyle & Culture.

It's obvious what this is. Dinner awaits! :)

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Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

Marvelous nostalgic capture. I really like the way you used the side light here.

31 Mar 2011 7:14pm

@Arnd: Thank you, Arnd!

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

You just have to love that old stove! I like the vintage fee and the sepia tones are perfect.

31 Mar 2011 8:56pm

@✿ Anina ✿: Thanks, Anina! Thanks for the visit and the comment!

Franz from Baden, Austria

terrific stove, wonderful processing and treatment!

31 Mar 2011 9:27pm

@Franz: These old behemoths are still standing, aren't they. Built to last!!

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Love your use of sepia here. I love those old stoves.

1 Apr 2011 4:28am

@Bettina: Thanks, Bettina. This one was quite large, too. It must have heated that kitchen to the max. No wonder the old time properties often had summer kitchens.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Again, you have taken the right approach - the toning fits perfect.

1 Apr 2011 2:44pm

@Ronnie 2¢: Oh, good! After awhile one is not quite sure what to do with an image. For example, the roaster is actually a turquoise blue enamel. Should I show that or go monotone... So I chose the mono, because the stove is such a huge black presence. And the linoleum color is seen in other pictures.

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Are you kidding? I can hardly use a microwave! LOL

1 Apr 2011 5:37pm

@B. Thomas: LOL!!!! You could sit and drink tea and converse while the cook does the cooking! :)

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

As Ronnie wrote, the monotone works well here. Good choice. It allows the lovely old stove to stand out. I would like a summer kitchen! Why did we do away with them?

7 Apr 2011 2:56pm

@Anita: Thanks, Anita! I suppose modern living has less need for summer kitchens. And yet...!

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A beautiful shot of this great old stove.

10 Apr 2011 5:43pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks, Steve. I have never cooked on one, but love the look of them.

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