She calls my name and I come running
I have lost the voice I listened too
And in the blindness
As my world stops turning
Theres a sadness like I never knew
But I still see the shining of things
- David Sylvian - The Shining Of Things -
== Please click on the photo for the entire view ==
That could be a bit too much photoshop for me. The image looks stunning, but makes me wonder if it was even based on a real picture. I doupt that it is wort the fuss. could you share the unPSd for reference?
That is fantastic!
You have as always created something out of the ordinary, and quite amazing!
Gusztav: sure, check http://www.accessible.de/IMG_5456.jpg for the original, only whitebalanced photo.
wow , saugut !
Absolutely magical light and such a great tree.
Klasse Lichtspiel und Stimmung… Wow!
Stunning shot–love the quote too.
WOW!!!! Sooo beautiful! Such a beautiful light!
Nice photo! I like colors of it.
Sehr schöne Stimmung und klasse Farben!
great mood, and great imags
Very very good, I also checked the original, perfect photo. Cheers.
such beautiful picture!!..
Great shot ! Amazing light and processing ! Well done !
Looks like a great summer morning shot. Great colors.
The tree appears to have grown arms to hold itself or like it\'s swirling around like a little girl.
This is a beautifully captured shot! Really awesome. Great work!
What a warm colours, I like the mood!
This is beautiful pic. Love it.
An excellent image that is full of atmosphere. Well done.
Great! Very beautiful and exquisite work – Bravo!
I think this also works well, like it
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