I'll keep this in English, for the sake of anyone reading this and trying to perhaps take a few notes.
Although for the most part, I am not a fan of grainy images, I think it works well in this particular capture. Not only because of the subject of the photograph but for the general mood. I think the crop and the use of Black and White is well chosen.
By the way, I'm not sure of whether you chose the title as a homage to the movie, but that's truly a spectacular film!
My God Nicolas, the vibrancy of colours, the crop and the simplicity of the shot is spectacular!
While the shot is a little grainy (the areas around where the sky pokes through the clouds), overall it doesn't do a whole lot to ruin the overall mood of the capture.
Was there any processing to the shot?
The vibrant orange (Maybe red? I don't know, I have a hard time telling colours) is truly wonderful. The detail and the simplicity of this shot works for you. Similarly the crop in this shot is well positioned and decided!
Just wonderful detail and colour, I love this shot and how you've captured a very worried looking kitten!
Awesome! Good job!
I love the brilliant blend of colours, with each one being so vivid and wonderful!
Great number of captures and a brilliant idea to combine them all!
Truly amazing detail, well captured! The colour while a little bland doesn't take away from this wonderful shot!
While I think that the overall portrait is good, the fact that you have the sun spot right in the photograph detracts from the quality of the whole shot.
I think it's sort of amateurish, no offense of course!
her ruffled looked, the way her hair is messed up, the chapped lips as well as the barb wire, do not bring an image of pleasantness to the imagination.
I love this shot, simply fantastic!
a face full of emotions and certainly mood.
the post-processing, the use of black and white, the contrast and lighting here are excellent!
Wow, I love this shot...very moody, very mysterious. the use of black and white certainly has its merits and this photograph proves it why.