Perspective in Red

© Molly E. Baldwin

Perspective in Red

Uploaded: March 05, 2008


Taken in the restaurant of our Embassy Suites hotel in Niagara Falls


Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict March 05, 2008

Great colours and lines here, Molly.

Dominick #869947

Kathy L. Clark March 05, 2008

A very cool find Molly. Wonderful tones and lines. #5594729

Molly E. Baldwin March 05, 2008

Thanks so much Dominick and Kathy! #5594834

Judith G. Secco March 05, 2008

Really nice abstract! #5594913

Melissa G. Meiselman March 05, 2008

Great eye to see this wonderful find with great linear elements and colors, Molly!! #5595394

Molly E. Baldwin March 05, 2008

Wow! Thank you Judith and Melissa for the great comments! #5595422

Laura E. Swan level-classic March 05, 2008

What an interesting image, Molly. I'm sitting here trying to figure out how you did this.

In our bedroom in Cancun last year our walls were really bright colors so I took a picture of the corner up at the ceiling. Was it something like this? Was there an original object at the bottom left or is it an imported layer of some sort??? :) -Laura Swan

P.S. I'll see if I can dig up my photo to show you what I did with it. :) #5596861

Molly E. Baldwin March 05, 2008

This is really hard to explain. If you see the whole ceiling it's a lot easier to visualize. I'll try to post another shot I took of the whole room in this response, but I've never done it before so hopefully it will work.
Thanks so much for the comment! #5597015

Molly E. Baldwin March 05, 2008

The dark red part was where you walked through. I guess it was like an arch of some sorts. #5597045

Laura E. Swan level-classic March 05, 2008

Ahhhhhhh...I gotcha. I would have -never- guessed it was an entrance to anything. I suspected you had two wall there for the lighter color however and you will see why when you see my shots I share with you.

Very cool visual. Good job on importing the image too! I was a little nervous the first time I did that, but it worked!

OK- I have a few to put below. Give me a few minutes because I have never imported more than one at a time. -Laura #5597438

Laura E. Swan level-classic March 05, 2008

OK here are mine of the two walls an ceiling in Cancun. :) The first one will be the original colors. -Laura #5597444

Laura E. Swan level-classic March 05, 2008

I liked my little CORNER shot because it gives the illusion of the top of a square or an inward one. The last one there above looks rather like a huge cement block, don't you think? Anyway, I really like yours,too. It's fun to look at. Thanks for sharing your secrets with me! :) -Laura #5597501

Dawn M. Schneider March 06, 2008

this is great molly, great imagination!! #5604188

Mary K. Robison March 06, 2008

Always pays to look up as well as down, Molly!
Your cropped image is simple, clean, and lovely. Beautiful earthy colors and very nice graphics. #5604551

Molly E. Baldwin March 07, 2008

Thanks so much Dawn and Mary! #5606414

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