The giant camera!

A Gothic - or rather Gothick - inspired corridor in my dollshouse. Unfortunately it was not possible to photograph it without the camera caught in the reflection!

Some of the paintwork's a bit scrappy up close, but my patience only goes so far!

  • markgharris67 5y

    Good grief it's gorgeous
  • curry15 5y

    Superb Sweetington. The camera looks like some monster peering through the window.
  • pubdoll 5y

    The corridor is stunning! And even with the camera showing it's a great photo! I had the same problem with the camera when I took this photo
    Lundby bathroom by pubdoll


    But I hid behind a large white tray when taking the photo, with the lense of the camera just over the edge of the tray :-)
  • Tim 5y

    Great Gothic Revival look. I'm not sure what your lighting set up is with the mirror but if possible you could angle the mirror so it would reflect something off to the side like a colored paper.
  • talina 5y

    the mirror doubles the view, making the vista twice as grand.
  • edelmo 5y

    Excellnt, you sould dedicate to theater or movies, the essence is incredible.
    Congats...
  • Lindsay Taylor 5y

    WOW!! Speachless!!
  • Sweetington 5y

    markgharris67 Thanks, Mark. Recognise the pagodas?! After seeing yours I had to have.
  • eden 5y

    your work is so incredible! love those pointy arches reflected back & forth all over so much!
  • markgharris67 5y

    Oh, man, I have to say the pagodas look perfect the way you photograph them... they really integrate into the atmosphere you're so good at creating.
  • Enchanticals ~I'm Coming Back 5y

    Whoa! Fabulous. Marsha
  • chia chia 5y

    wow.....i thought this was real house :)) excellent.........
  • partydolly 5y

    Gorgeous shot!...beautiful corridor!
  • Dubris 5y

    Given that The Castle of Otranto begins with a giant helmet falling from the sky (if I remember), there is nothing wrong with the gothick style and outsized objects.
  • Sweetington 5y

    Dubris: haha...well then, I hope Walpole would approve!
  • Dubris 5y

    A quick rummage on the bookshelves and here we are, the third paragraph of chapter 1:

    The first thing that struck Manfred's eyes was a group of his servants endeavouring to raise something that appeared to him a mountain of sable plumes. He gazed without believing his sight. What are ye doing? cried Manfred, wrathfully: Where is my son? A volley of voices replied, Oh, my lord! the prince! the prince! the helmet! the helmet! Shocked with these lamentable sounds, and dreading he knew not what, he advanced hastily - But what a sight for a father's eyes! - He beheld his child dashed to pieces, and almost buried under an enormous helmet, an hundred times more large than any casque ever made for human being, and shaded with a proportionable quantity of black feathers.
  • Photo--Graphy 4y

    Photo magnifique, bien composée.
  • Sweetington 4y

    Photo--Graphy Merci, Franck :-)
  • shelybon 3y

    ha ! love it!
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Taken on August 8, 2010
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