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  • Because there, staring back at me from a sepia-toned photograph set in a large oval, was Elizabeth Williams.

    Ominous

  • But in the Senate, such things take on the sepia-toned glow of Tradition.

    The history of filibuster reform

  • OK, so this stately Oscar-grabber bucked the trend of UK films in 2011 by depicting a sepia-toned Britain, long before the Tories deemed it broken.

    2011 in cinema: Broken Britain v animals

  • These images ensure his place in the pantheon of war photographers, but his sepia-toned panoramas of the Far East are equally gripping.

    Photo-Op: Burmese Days

  • Displayed in small themed galleries, with one huge photo blowup papering a wall in each room, Gustave's large paintings are perfectly in tandem with Martial's small sepia-toned snapshots, clustered in white-matted frames as if on the pages of a family album.

    A Delightful Window Into Caillebotte Brothers' Private World

  • Such archaic news, you probably read about it in some ancient medium like a broadsheet gazette with sepia-toned daguerreotypes.

    Will Durst: Southern Fried Vultures

  • Such archaic news, you probably read about it in some ancient medium like a broadsheet gazette with sepia-toned daguerreotypes.

    Will Durst: Southern Fried Vultures

  • Such archaic news, you probably read about it in some ancient medium like a broadsheet gazette with sepia-toned daguerreotypes.

    Will Durst: Southern Fried Vultures

  • Such archaic news, you probably read about it in some ancient medium like a broadsheet gazette with sepia-toned daguerreotypes.

    Will Durst: Southern Fried Vultures

  • The happy place bloomed bright and large in the round lens, a mostly sepia-toned panorama straight out of Better Homes and Gardens.

    Slice Of Cherry

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