Feelings & Mood
The mood is a hard one with this image, the red is more of a angry colour although the composition has a calming effect on the viewer.
The focal points in the image is definitely the wall of red in the centre of the room, there are no leading lines since THERE ARE NO LINES ONLY DOTS. The second thing you see is the person taking the photo, making you take a double take on the image.
What can I see
This is a abstract image of a room made up entirely out of mirrors, with what seem to be lights or paint, its not clear which one, it looks like something Andrew Whyte would have done. The colours are all red and orange on a lightless canvas of mirrors, the focal point should be the fact it looks infinite although it looks like mess. But if you look closer you can see and infinite path which has a really trippy effect.
Texture & Pattern
On the plane of the image I see a black grid, they remind me of avenues. The black grid however is mostly covered by indiscriminate yellow dots which is like cosmic dust especially the way it glimmers and shines. When these dots of contrasted on the plane of the image they appear to be red.
Light & Tone
I see the light propagating through the red backlit horizon of this what I assume to be a cityscape. The highlights on the specks of yellow add more depth and volume to the image and especially when juxtaposed with other colours and tones
The dominant colour I would say is red. It is everywhere you look in the image; omnipresent. I would say that the reds are very saturated and vivid. Contrasting with the reds are the bright yellow specks. Red captures attention. It is one of the most visible colors, second only to yellow