Absolutely amazing... At first glance I hardly thought that this was an actual photo. Imagine my suprise. The ammount of detail put into this house is uncanny. Makes me thing of a Myazaki movie with the attention to detail and the overall surreal feeling it leaves coupled with a feeling of rural peace and tranquility. The shot is perfect, the lighting is perfect and nothing escapes the viewer's eyes. The picture deliveres an incredible feeling and just leaves me personally staring at it to find every little twist and curve in that house's facade. Truly this is both magnificend and inspiring!
Damn, this is really a brilliant picture. Fineness and coarseness change in an incredible symbiosis from. One can imagine almost as wonderfully peaceful it must be when you look at the face of this house and just can just enjoy the moment. Technically and stylistically just: thumbs up.
I'm really easily flashed. And yet, can not do more than record it in my Favourites and hope that this image may still attract more eyes.
Anyway, I'm excited to see what else is to be found in your publications. This was the first picture which I clicked from you and hence it is self-explanatory that since I still have to continue shopping.
really just really great and awesome and amazing and .... wuhaaaa
Very smart people,who made this house,it's full of old simboles...they even tryet to make stone look like fosile of amonite...there are stars and liones,eagles dragon even dolfine! Glass work i the window is designed by somebody who not just do vitrages,but somebody who know secret geomerty! Lovely! But the best is this old lady - so happy in her window!
If you stepped towards the house a little more and panned the view upwards a little to make the home feel bigger, almost an overwhelming fantasy house...it would have come off grand.
The quality of the picture itself is clean and crisp...quite nice. It is also nice that you had the lady stand at the window while taking the photo which really brings the home into perspective with size.
Sometimes taking and displaying a building in two shots is nicer as it allows a viewer to take in the real scope of the architecture, this photo would have been nicely accompanied by a corner shot of the home- as if the corner of the steps were to be center lined in the shot.