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What you see on the pic is the rock formation named "Priest and Nun", very closed to the ruins of the tower of Sirok, Hungary. The legend says the catholic priest and nun fell in love with each other, so they became stones as the result of divine punishment...
Photo: done at noon, manual exposure and flash to underexposure the scene including the strong backlight. Post-procession (Ulead Photoimpact 12): using the "sculpture - nickel" filter to receive an orange sky, which is more dramatic than the original blue by my opinion, and fitting more to the title. Moderate cropping, re-sizing, noise reduction with Neat Image module.
In the workshop you can see a "traditional" style photo of Priest and Nun, from different POV.
With this image I'd like to wish happy Easter to everyone. Thanks for your comments.
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I'm a bit surprised there are no comments and points yet with this one.
The color is superb, as is the rock formation. The workshop helps a lot in interpretation.
I can feel the atmosphere.
- [2013-12-17 3:55]
> Ciao Laszlo
eu gosto das cores agradáveis.
Composição e apresentação ser excelente. muito bem feito, TFS.