Tuesday, September 26, 2006

A Collusion of Colors and Patterns


17 comments:

Tim Rice said...

This looks best viewed in its larger size. To see larger size click on the picture.

Carmel said...

that's a great idea, very creative! I want to buy a camera that allows me to focus on one subject and leave the rest kinda blurry, i'm not sure what it's called yet!

sage said...

Well done, very nice

Ash said...

Great colors....lovely!

M(urf)! said...

Hi, Tim. From now on, I'm just going to blurt out what your pictures look like to me. This? Something viewed through a microscope.

Bobby said...

I like it! That would make a cool print in an art gallery.

Ginnie said...

Again, you've picked some of my favorite colors!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, carmel. Go to it. And have fun! :)

Thanks, sage. Glad you like it.

Thanks, ash. It was fun making it. The colors struck me, too.

Hi, murf. That's exactly what I hope you and others would do. What you see is more important than what it was.

Thanks, bobby. I'm honored by your complement.

Hi, ginnie. Glad you like those colors. I think for me it was the combination of those colors and the shapes that drew me to it.

mreddie said...

Interesting - is that a maple or poplar leaf just to the left of center? ec

Cergie said...

Here I like the colours of autumn.

Cergie said...

It'ld be pretty for a lady silk scarf.

Reflex said...

This is a very interesting image modification, I like the combination of colors.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's great!

:) Mikaela

samrina said...

Awesome!

Hope u r fine.

Takecare

Tim Rice said...

Hi, mreddie. That's a good question. I lean towards a white popular; but I'm not positive.

Hi, cergie. I love these colors, too. And I think you're right that it would make a beautiful woman's scarf.

Thanks, reflex. I used the gradient map function in Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0. It provides fascinating possibilities.

Thanks, jam*tacular. I'm glad you liked it.

Hi, samrina. I thought so, too. Thanks for coming by.

Lynn said...

This reminds me of a microscophic view from a CSI scene... :-)

Tim Rice said...

Hi, lynn. That's a fascinating possibility. Thanks for coming by.