Original Art Photography Series by @velimir #583 'A view'

in art •  13 days ago

'A view'





Interesting view, eh? I've deliberately left the inside completely dark in order to accentuate the hazy outside. :D

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I love how the glass figures match with the point of the castle 😃

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A well-achieved contrast between the dark interior, which becomes a frame, and the illuminated view of the exterior through the window. The light of the view through the window is so intense that it obnubilates or blurs the upper part. I suppose what you see through the window must be a part of the structure of a castle or fortress. It could pass through a stained glass window (with its lead separations).

t is always interesting to look through the windows. There is a certain indiscretion in looking through them and a certain game of perceiving what is inside and what is outside. Here darkness serves as a frame and highlights the clarity of the outside. The couple walks without realizing that it is observed. Interested and very well achieved image, @velimir.