The Golden Pathway


The imagination
is the golden pathway
to everywhere.”

Terence McKenna

Texture Tuesday Processing (Photoshop CC)

Below is the original image and the Photoshop layers palette:

July-8-Before July-8-Layers-Palette
Linking with Texture Tuesday, hosted by Kim Klassen


Posted on July 8, 2014, in Photoshop and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Brenda, I LOVE what you’ve done with this! Surely there must be something fabulous beyond those doors. Well, at least in my imagination, there is. Don’t disillusion me!

  2. This is absolutely glowing!
    So nice.

  3. What a gorgeous image to go with the perfect quote. You amaze me!

  4. Gorgeous. I love it! Perfect symmetry. That golden door is fantastic, as are the details around it. Great processing.

  5. Love the symmetry of this image. The golden doors are gorgeous.

  6. What gorgeous glowing light. It’s so true that the imagination is a golden pathway!

  7. Wonderful photograph. Love the way the arch meets the edge of the photo.

  8. Wow, this is gorgeous. It looks like the Wizard of Oz should be behind those golden doors! Love the tones and how your processing has enhanced it. Beautiful.

  9. Stunning image! This is one of the most beautiful doorways I’ve ever seen! Makes me wonder what the rest of the building looks like. Love the symmetry!

  10. Your images, almost universally, celebrate the design and vision of what was once only a two dimensional drawing. In fact, if you ever do a showing, you might consider “architect’s best friend” as a title. Your work truly is stunning.

I greatly appreciate your comments!

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