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IS ALL ONE LEGS, DIFFERENT LEGS BUT SAME FEET, HOW YUOU DO THIS TRICK, BAILEY?
What a great photo, with all the crossed pair of legs repeating themselves. Wonderful!
Love this image.
Great image. Now I know what Dylan meant when he sang: Inside the museum infinity goes up on trial.
Something I've noticed about your interiors is that they are off balance/verticle quite often. Is this intentional? I happen to like it. I shoot interiors (none posted at my site yet) for designers, and verticle correctness is imperative for that purpose, so I have my PS ways for dealing with faulty angles. But I enjoy your artistic photowork immensely as it is, without the correction. Prey tell.
Carol E Sandgren
I too love this shot especially your composition. The constant waiting of crossed legs tells a story. But I disagree with Ray...I like the distortion the way it is and I think it adds an element of unreal-ness to the shot. Don't change a thing.
One of your most surreal images -- the crossed pairs of legs with nowhere to go, doorways leading to other doorways, on down through infinity. Is this a metaphor for missed opportunities? Paths not taken? Lives not fulfilled. I could go on and on, BZ, but your image does it better.
Amazing composition & perspective. If I may suggest one thing to improve this already wonderful shot, it would be a barrel distortion correction in your image editing program to make those verticals really vertical.