This was absolutely fabelous. I feel like I can look so deeply into the landscape that it's like I'm standing right there, on the wood stairs in the left corner, just standing there and look at the view. I feel like I'm actually living in that house, and that I'm on my way home. This photo is truely alive!
I also love how the sun comes into the picture, perfectly big, and shines down at the landscape. The tree, closest to the camera, the house, and the stairs, are giving the photo a three-dimensional look, which is what actually makes this one of the best works I've seen for today.
The only tiny thing I would think of, that could make this picture even better, would be if I saw more of the stairs to the left. Because right now, I'm not sure if it's really stairs, or if it's just a random plank that the photographer forgot to remove from the picture before putting it out on Deviant. If a little bigger part of the stairs was included, it would feels like a natural part of the picture, like it was ment to be there, and it would tell a story, instead of being in the way. That would be perfect.
But I love what I'm seeing, and that's why I choosed to write a critique on this, which I'm not doing very often these days.
I love the contrast between the side of the picture with the mountains and the side with the house. And yeah, I really love how this picture showed the mountains, and the boxing-glove-shaped cloud hanging above.
It seems like the shrouded sigil in dream. A skull that has no voice, but speaks through silence. Though really, the intensity and the sheer otherness of this image seem to make most words futile. It's stunning in a way that defies, and leaves me pondering life. The beauty and the ugliness. Brilliantly strange, and strangely brilliant. Bravo.
Beautiful colors. great shot. I would like to be in that place. Mountains in the background remind me of Polish Carpathians summer. Although it is December, looking at this picture, I feel like it was summer. Wonderful! Great work