Enjoy this abstract three dimensional digital artwork featuring a circular pathway of reflections. Emanating from a distance point, distorted spheres of blue and red glass cast colors along a series of disjointed metallic rings.
Pretty cool, huh?
I’m happy with the way that this design turned out. If you, too, enjoy this imagery, then stop by my galleries at Pixels and/or Zazzle. There you’ll discover a wide variety of great items available as gifts – for family, friends or yourself!
Keep your chin up and remain optimistic. There is, after all, light at the end of the tunnel. There is also a selection of various items featuring this design available in my gallery at Society 6. Check it out…
Featuring a tunnel bored through a Tennessee mountainside, this photograph was taken along a drive to Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If you’re in the neighborhood, I’d certainly recommend visiting this area! If not, you can still enjoy the scenery with a print (framed, canvas, metal, acrylic, art, poster) from my gallery at Pixels. Other items also available. Enjoy!
You may want to consider finding another route, as a robot guards the doorway of this tunnel! Alternatively, if this model of robot is similar to the one from the TV series, Lost In Space, simply remove it’s battery pack and walk around. In the meantime, protect your computer from scratches and minor impacts with this laptop sleeve. Available in several sizes with a custom front print and black rear. Enjoy.
Protect your investment with this iPad case, featuring an abstract photographic collage with a tunnel leading to a stairway and bell tower. Extremely durable. Allows full access to all device ports. Two photographs were used in this design: 1) a tunnel under the Cut River Bridge, and 2) Mattson Lower Harbor Park in Marquette, Michigan.
Enjoy this framed print featuring a black and white photograph of a road passing through a tunnel under a rocky outcropping in the mountains of Tennessee. Other items (shower curtain, iPhone cases, throw pillows, etc.) are also available – stop by for a visit!