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Saturday, January 12, 2019

Foyer Focus

Hu-MUM  to Kat and Dakota thanks you all 87 times for your lovely comments yesterday.
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This is the corner of the foyer. This three legged table belonged to my mother in law.
I always loved and am so happy it it in our home now.
This corner is where lots of souvenirs from our travels and others travel live.
The picture above the table is from my brother in law's trip to Egypt.
picture on the left is original, right is sepia tones from lunapic

close up of some of the souvenirs..you will see a few cats there.

left is original, right is kaleidoscope effect from Lunapic
Interesting the kaleidoscope effect did not pick up the cats or the ducks.  

22 comments:

  1. That is a lovely and elegant looking table. It is strange that the kaleidoscope effect ignored the cats and ducks.

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  2. That is such a nice little table. The cats here would have everything on the floor in no time at all. You all have a fantastic day.

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  3. So ... if one wants to figure out a "color" to paint the living room, am thinking we could use "lunapic" tints to help see how it might look, right? Kinda cool!
    The kaleidoscope is absolutely awesome ... like a surrealistic painting.

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  4. Hari Om
    the occasional table is most elegant! In the Kaleido, I can clearly see the small green cat and its shadow on the lighter portion of the wall forming the inner ring effect, also the ducks making the pink and green teardrops, the bud vase creating the lovely chevron. This makes a very lovely image - did you play around with the number of 'leaves' you could apply to the scope? (It picks five by default but you can alter it in the guage above on the worksheet.) The mandala images I make which are not spirographs are, most often, produced this way! YAM xx

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  5. those tiny ducks are adorable and I love the way the sepia shows more detail than the regular photo. it is a beautiful table... I am really enjoying Kat and Dakota tales

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  6. I love that table and the memories that are on it. I fear my 2 would knock it over!

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  7. we love that table and have one that is very similar.

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  8. That is quite a nice table, and lovely souvenirs on it too.

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  9. What a cool table and we love the artwork!

    The Florida Furkids

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  10. The kaleidoscope effect is so cool! Love the little table with all of its treasures!

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  11. I can understand your admiration of that the beautiful table that belonged to your MIL. How lovely that it can remind you of her everyday when you come by your front door!

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  12. What a cute little corner of your home. We love how it changed with the various effects too.

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  13. I can tell your home is warm and inviting! I want to come over!!

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  14. That is a nice table and beautiful art. XO

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  15. That is really a lovely table and you have the perfect spot for it to display all those beautiful treasures. Mom loves the little ducks. Your kaleidoscope looks like a pretty flower.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  16. Katie Isabella is still chuckling at the cat burglar who stole her chair! XOX

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  17. That table got a perfect home and place. I am betting each of the treasures on it have some special memories. The edit from Lunapic is awesome!

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  18. That is a very lovely table. The kaleidoscope affect makes it look like a fan.

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  19. A lovely way to display your momentos.
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  20. I love the table. It's precious. Great little collection of keepsakes too.

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  21. What a lovely table for all your travel collectibles! I think the kaleidoscope version would make a very cool ceiling fan :-)!

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