A photo in high light and gives a dramatic, beautiful!George
I’m a fan of the tone.
You chose, in this new year, of paint the life in gold and it is very beautiful. I do not like the sepia processing in general, but here I must say that these gold are of great beauty. Thank you George. This composition is perfect too.
I know the place but it never looked this good. Well spotted George it suddenly has a majestic Roman vibe!
Gorgeous tones George!
Well chosen perspective with the road leading the eye into the image
[and halfway around the bend. Now I would like to the other side…]
excellent cadrage mais le post-traitement est un peu trop marqué à mon gout
Lovely colors. Well done.
nice gold tones and compo … is it an aqueduct ?
I know Roland loves this tone, too, and I agree with Catherine that this feels so majestically Roman. I enjoy reading the comments when I come to visit you and rarely have anything new to add…except that I love your work (but that isn’t new, I’m afraid).
Again I am entranced by the light you capture, the captivating nearness and farness of the composition, and the sense of a unique setting. The overall feeling is cinematic to me, a magical frame that feels alive, one I could walk into, and continue down the path, and beneath the stone bridge.
Very beautiful with this golden tone–lovely!
Traitement très intéressant pour une image très sympathique. Il devrait faire bon fréquenter l’endroit à ce moment-là
Lovely composition, George. My eyes wander up the road and then along the bridges edge.
Looks like a gorgeous walk,beautiful treatment and image,George
Wonderful ethereal feeling.
i do like these golden hues.
It feels very ancient.
Superb capture. From the framing, to the processing and everything in between, you’ve outdone yourself. Amazing.
Wow! Love the warm golden tone.
very relaxing this with the landscape hidden by trees side
love, love the bridge. this is a beautiful image.
This has a real grandeur to it, George. In a word, it’s magnificent!
J’apprécie beaucoup ce post-traitement
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