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Unlike most of my photos, this one has had some significant manipulation. It started as part of a steel mesh cage which I used to use for transporting sheep. Well, I played with it in Paintshop until I got this effect.
Very nice effect.
Love this effect; it is like walking down a never-ending corridor
Very effective work. Unusual style for you but a natural extension of your natural abstracts.
Excellent effect. It looks like the longest house in Japan, with those bamboo sliding panels and opaque rice paper "windows."
Well "played with"! Until I read your description I thought it may have been a real space. Excellent work.
Like Ty, I thought it was a real space, like a corridor or something, with recessed lighting. Great manipulation, good lines and perspective, a very fine abstract.
The more I look at this, the more I like it. There are a few "unstraight" lines which I like, and the different tone across the centre is magic.
This is excellent Roger..it looks like part of a computer game. Love the colours and the few lines that are slightly bumpy! Wonderful depth to this as well.
Its amazing what can be done with a cage and photoshop, well done
Amazing image. Nice one.
A brilliant piece of work Roger, very well done.
very good work ;
like the abstract & sense of infinity...
Wonderful abstract Roger.
This is simply a class piece of work, Roger; love it to bits.
Excellent skills Roger.
Lovely abstract Roger. A good piece of work.
It looks as if you had a partial sunset over the cage which has given you that beautiful glow across the centre.
Well done - very effective.......Bill
What a wonderful image. The lines and colors are perfection.
Pretty whacky, I like it.
Well done - very effective
Helen (helenlinda), you are very perceptive. The original of this did indeed include a sunset, with the cage in the foreground. It was a very colourful sunset, and included trees, but had no outstanding qualities. None of the manipulations I tried with the colourful part produced anything that I liked.
ParickSmith, yes when I created this it reminded me of those Japanese sliding panels too, it just needs some tatami mats to complete the scene!
Only one word can adequately describe this Roger......fantastic!!
My, the sheep you can fit in after a bit of PS magic!
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Hey Roger - just imagine this cage had been full of sheep! Infinite joy for me just to imagine that!
An excellent piece of digital art.
Great work in did.
SUPERB, Roger! I like this a lot!
This works great, love the sense of depth, super image.
Wonderful effect, beautifully done! Must be hard work to find you sheep back though
Superb effects Roger
Wow! Super effective! Well done, Melissa
Wow! Excellent piece of art! I like it.
I think this is a truly amazing piece or art, and is very deserving of the coveted "Pink Diamond". Actually I think it should be on a wall of a gallery somewhere, this is excellent work Roger.
That's wonderful Joline, many thanks for the award, a great way to start my day as that is the first thing I saw when I came online this morning.
A fine abstract Roger . Please don't put your sheep in this pen , you'd never find them again xx
Strange, I instantly thought 'Japanese' too. This is a fabulous piece of manipulation Roger, but I'm definitely with Mavis above - don't put the sheep in there
I am sure you would be very upset if you lost your sheep in this Roger. Is there any light there at the end ? Well done Roger !!
great work.stunning image
Striking graphic result. Nice work.
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