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PhilT2 Plus
12 575 32 England
12 Aug 2015 12:51PM
You do not say, but I suspect this is post processed. I like the composition and initially it gives a warm glow but there is an underlying sense of the sinister. If this is a sunset then I would not hang around after the sun dies away. If a sunrise then the sinister edge will disappear as the sun strengthens.
Always difficult to make a meaningful comment without an idea of what you were aiming a picture I like it a lot
PranavMishra 9 52 18 India
12 Aug 2015 1:12PM
TonyDy Plus
13 55 3 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2015 1:17PM
Fine shot, Luk.
TanyaH Plus
18 1.3k 411 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2015 2:35PM
Reading Phil's comment above about there being a 'sinister' feeling about this is absolutely right ... and I think it's to do with the blue/green colouration of the foreground and that dark, brooding cloud cover above.

Sandwiched nicely in between the two, however, is what signifies hope for me - that strip of golden, warm light casting its benovolence on the rock formations on the right. And although that lit rock formation does have a green highlight around the edges of it, I actually don't mind that as I think it contributes to the overall feeling of the image.

So maybe, in this scenario above, the Giants will awake from their slumber, warmed back to consciousness by the golden light and will stride across the land once more.


Daisymaye Plus
13 23 20 Canada
12 Aug 2015 2:55PM
Where giants tread. A magical place.
User_Removed 16 32 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2015 3:37PM
I like this a lot. I am quire a fan of this type of post processing. To me it can give quite an arty feel to a shot and, as has already been mentioned, this becomes quite sinister. In all a smashing moody shot.GrinGrinGrin

dark_lord Plus
17 2.9k 793 England
12 Aug 2015 3:54PM
Well i like the look. More mysterious or magical rather than sinister to me, though sinister is apt.

Waiting till the sun has dropped below the horizon can yield great results in terms of afterglow and lighting higher clouds. Alternatively the scene may go flat. But you'll get some cold light reflecting on damp stones which can be attractive.
12 Aug 2015 3:58PM
Thank You all very much for comments and interpretations. Much appreciated.
rajani 6 India
12 Aug 2015 5:03PM
Beautiful composition and as well processing is also very good. Grin

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