Matt Quinn wrote:Minnie, Looks like Valhalla, or what I imagine the home of the gods would look like - somber, brooding, declarative. On the first, I find the fellow on the right distracting; the folks on the path give me enough info for scale. #2, yes, kitchen sink. #3, I would like to see the closer stone (the Old Man?) more evident against the chorus behind him. The greens, on my screen, look too bilious, but that may be how they really look. I like how you have captured the texture and feel of the turf(?); the side lighting enhances it nicely. The overall look is almost two-tone, the gray of the sky and stone, the green of the ground. Not quite the place of worship one would expect. Maybe that's why Scotch was invented. Great exercise, great memory. Thanks, Matt
Psjunkie wrote:All enjoyable images minniev, and I agree with Matt about the guy in #1.
St3v3M wrote:I was taken back when I saw The Old Man Of Storr and can only imagine standing there before the god house. It's so beautiful, overwhelmingly beautiful, but reading through the comments I thought I would work with it and see what I could do. I hope you like it! S-
minniev wrote:I do like it! You got a little more separation of the Old Man from his background.
But if you really want a great image of Storr, you will need Graham to post his. Better weather, much better position, and Graham's skills.
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