Sunday, February 6, 2011

More Mandalas

Three more from the same source image:

I like the depth and texture in these, and the interesting shapes. It's fun to see what can be created from one image, and how the essence of that image changes. It's as if that frayed and tired rope has blossomed. Like snowflakes: each so different. The beauty of ordinary things.

I forgot how addictive this is. :) I really heart Photoshop. 

Peace and warmth on this blustery, snow-covered day.


  1. Thanks, Lani. :) You should try it.

  2. These look great! I'llmprobably need to download Photoshop at some point. Glad you are having such fun with it. I am in New Mexico these days. I miss th big lake, but I'll be back in March, just in time for Spring melt.
    Your mandalas remind me that the circle will be unbroken.
    Hope all is good with you.


  3. This is very pretty. Thanks.

    All the best, Boonie

  4. Oh these are so wonderful Deb. Love the hearts out of the rope. The variety of texture is great. They would make lovely prints on Etsy.

  5. Joe, I hope you're soaking up lots of sun and warmth. The circle will be unbroken - yes. So poetic and so true. Funny how you can miss the big lake, but even at its harshest, it's beautiful. I miss it all the time. Thank you.

    Boonie, thank you!

    Barb, I KNOW you're soaking up lots of sunshine and warmth. ;) Prints on Etsy, hmm. I've finally gotten a good photo printer, so I'm hoping to begin offering some prints soon. I like the hearts of rope, too. Thanks!