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marvelous sky by MateuszPisarski marvelous sky by MateuszPisarski
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I love sunsets, me. I've found that an outstanding sunset is one that can stop you in your tracks, even to just get a glimpse of. This is one of those sunsets.
To start off, let me just point out the most obvious of things: it'd be hard for me to rate you high in sunsets. Afterall, photos of sunsets are unbelieveably usual, and as individual as each sunset may be, photos of sunsets are unfortunately not as individual as one would wish.
However, that is the only negative thing I can really say about this. The colours are nothing short of sublime, giving off so many hues and tones and at many different levels of intensity. My word, it's just a frenzy of lush, bursting golds and ambers, subtly daunting blues and an array of greys. The way that the sun's rays are scattered due to the clouds, rather than giving off a single beam of light adds so much to the image, giving it a pleasant, harmonic appeal. However, it almost gives a sad aura, also, because it is almost as though the day is dying and the sun is fighting to give those last few moments of light.
The scattering of the cloud across the skyline and the many variations of highlight/lowlight on them allows for many focuses for the eye, and so the photo is not as easily absorbed and then ignored as many other sunset photos would be. The sky is also more noticeable due to the angle you have shot it at (with minimal landscape and plenty of skyline), and the landscape itself being so dark. However, the glimmering of light cast throughout the land convinces the eye that, although it may be nigh-on pitch black, it's still so solid and visible. That totally helps make the photo, considering that without those reflections, the land would look too dark for any interest to be cast upon it, and would make the photo feel incomplete.
Finally, I've left the best until last. The sun. I don't know about anyone else, but to me, the intense brightness and the sheer scattered dark cloud makes it appear as though the sun itself is a massive fireball. Don't get me wrong, I know that the sun IS a massive fireball, but the way that the cloud has positioned itself in front of the sun gives it a molten lava effect.
To sum it all up, if someone were to say to me 'my photo depicts a marvelous sky', I would strike them with a glove for being so pompous about their photography skills. But you, good sir, have given this photo a worthy and truthful name, indeed.
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You, once again, have outdone yourself. this is extraordinary to the last degree, but since it is my job, Ill nit pick. Since I wasn't there and can't be sure, I would have angled the camera upwards (if the beams still showed) to give it a sort of mystical degree., possibly edited out the part with the blue sky as well, as it slightly takes away from the sunset atmosphere you have created so magnificently. If you wanted to capture the best part, I would have zoomed in and down a bit- limiting the shot to the actual sun, sunset, beams, and ground- the rest of the clouds just add a bit of negative space. This is astounding, and don't ever, ever stop what you do. Rock on :)
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alone-maggie Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Hello! :wave: Your photo is participating in today's Mini Contest organized by :iconfeaturing-nature: - Featuring Nature Group. Thank you for submitting! We will inform you in case you win. Good luck! :wave: :heart:
einhajar12 Featured By Owner May 13, 2012  Student Artist
looks like an explosion...
lindajoy Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
And we wonder where the strength we have comes from...Streaming down in all its majestic beauty, it warms not only our Earth but our soul as well....Just excellent how you captured the essence of strength, itself.....
Lady-Anuy Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing picture !
AkronadoreR Featured By Owner May 3, 2012
WoW! Great shot!
XxDream-Out-LoudxX Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Student Photographer
and this is exactly what I live for just amazing
Jedenastka Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
Cudny widok. :aww:
ZhoraQ Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
Yes it is indeed!!
Heenie-Starsz Featured By Owner May 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
This is beautiful :heart:
What camera do you use?
Keizerin Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
wow..... it's marvelous!!!!! :clap:
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