Reverse Dimension by InfinityRain
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A simple little place near my home where I like to go and think, get back in touch with myself and nature. I call it my thinking spot and it brings me great peace alone with anyone else I have ever shown it to. This photo is actually flipped horizontally and obviously the colors were altered to give this shot the emotions that had hold of me at the time.

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altered, branches, clouds, lake, leaves, mod, reflection, sky, sunset, tree, water

Comments

  • kookylane
    kookylaneover 7 years ago

    gorgeous shot, magical!! love that hint of blue green on the horizon

  • DiCroz
    DiCrozover 7 years ago

    Love this shot

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainover 7 years ago

    Thank you so much Kookylane :) I’m glad you like it. To me it truly is a magical spot, I don’t think it’s possible to take a bad photo of it.

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainover 7 years ago

    thank you DiCroz, I’m so glad you love it. My first post on this site so I’m thrilled with you both noticing it :)

  • Lance Leopold
    Lance Leopoldover 7 years ago

    I can’t see a lot of detail on my monitor,but it does look like a nice spot to relax,nice colors too.

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainover 7 years ago

    Thank you Lance, it really is a beautiful place and there will be many more photos of it up here soon, with much better details. :)

  • Cliff Vestergaard
    Cliff Vestergaardover 7 years ago

    nice work love the color !

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainover 7 years ago

    Thank you very much Cliff :)

  • Amanda J Slack-Smith
    Amanda J Slack...over 7 years ago

    Interestingly the blood red has me thinking more apocalypses that relaxation. Great to have multiple interpretations of the same work.

  • InfinityRain
    InfinityRainover 7 years ago

    I agree Amanda, the place itself is very relaxing but the altered colors and post work gives it an eerie feel to me as well. I was feeling a little emotionally dark when I worked on it. thank you so much for stopping by :)

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