Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Keleidoscopes

All these keleidoscopes came from the same original photo. Patterns can be intriguing. Many of these patterns I could imagine being on ceilings in museums.






14 comments:

photowannabe said...

They are truely pieces of art. You need to do a whole series of notecards with these.

mreddie said...

Interesting pieces indeed! ec

Ginnie said...

Since you like to play around with this stuff, Tim, it makes me wonder what creative interests are there besides this that you could tap into. Or does this satisfy that bent?!

judypatooote said...

They do look like ceilings...you should also add the photo that you made them from....it's fun to see how one simple picture can make so many fun designs.....

Camila Bernardes said...

Hello, Tim, I know I haven't been here to let you a message from sometime but I want to thank you for the force and prayers you were doing for my little dogs. I'm really thankful, it's helping a lot.
I also read your message about Lelinha and I want to thank again as I did in the post after that one. Now it's Pretinho in the same situation but as you can see in pics I posted today he is so-so.
Thank you for the help.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, photowannabe. Glad you enjoyed them. :)

Thanks, mreddie. I have fun with design-making when I don't have time to do other postings.

Hi, ginnie. Good question except right now I'm too busy to start any other new interest. :)

Thanks, judypatooote. The original is actually the last picture in the second of the three posts from Ringing Rocks.

Thanks, camila bernades. I try to help the best way I know how.

sage said...

not only do you take beautiful photos, you create them too.x

Irene said...

I love kaleidoscopes! They are always so pretty and wonderful to look at. =)

choochoo said...

you're on a keledioscope-roll. They're really cool:)

Moi said...

neat!! i had my head twirling as i focussed on them.......and wish u'd share the original pic too

San Nakji said...

I like the brown colour :)

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, sage. I have fun manipulating photos. :)

Thanks, irene. I'm glad you enjoyed my keleidoscopes. I find them fun to study, too. :)

Thanks, choochoo. For some reasons designs like these really pull me and my sense of beauty.

Thanks, moi. I sometimes don't share the original picture because I want people to appreciate the abstract beauty. Presenting the real original scene in my experience has sometimes drawn people away from appreciating the abstract.

Thanks, san nakji. Brown can be beautiful!

M(urf)! said...

Tim, because I like you, there will be no copyright infringement with your use of my original observation a while ago that the pictures look like the ceiling of an art museum. ;-)

And...Sage included an 'x' in his comment. Doesn't that mean a kiss (i.e. xoxoxo)? You lucky duck, Tim. :-)

Tim Rice said...

murf, you're right. I should have credited you. And I can always count on you for interesting observations. :)