Under the influences
Inspired by photography of Adam Banister. PBase link:
1/250s f/9.5 at 18.0mm
© Oleg Birioukov
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Superb shot. V
Very bleak and forsaken. Nice use of color to accentuate that.
Fantastic, it looks from a dream. V
very powerful image! awesome job.
cheers my friend. V
i love the colors!
Amazing as always Oleg
Excellent mood and grunchy ambience. Big***.
Wow, I am impressed. This is amazing. Phenomenal composition, DOF, texture,
and to top it an amazing treatment. All around excellent. Voted
My kind of image Oleg. This is awesome - love the subject, the crazy skies and that fantastic dof. Really cool you chose to frame and compose the shot using the foreground. Brave. Voted
Great composition and stunning treatment. Voted.
gorgeous, and i voted for the gallery. thanks, denise
Impressive! the pp work enhance the intriguing mood, I can feel the wind blowing.. Excellent!
Wonderful and very atmospheric. It certainly has the feel of the title and is well composed.--Rene
Breathtaking photo..It's like God is descending from above with all his fury..
BEAUTIFUL!!!... over and over again.... I sure am glad you took up photography again because it looks as though you have a lot to contribute!!! v
OH! I'd give anything to have this for mine.. beautifully done.. such depth and intensity .. the perspective is perfection
Love the treatment.
say no more... GMV
this is extremely nice, the best ive seen in this gallery bit, fantastic colouring :-)
like the tones and ambience! good Easter!
Great treatment and excellent use of foreground.!!!
A great image with superb editing in colour!
The dramatic sky and desolete landscape give a sinister atmosphere to this shot. it is great work! Voted!
Love this. Like the color and the composition. Mood helped by the way the brown teasel on winter brown ground goes back to the old silo. And the bare tree by the silo, next to the remains of the barn, the scaling on the silo and the sky really help make this image. Deserves a title!