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This one is great. The use of light and color is great. and the priest at the foot of the colossal statue does a great job of showing size.
This image is really cool. The little man down there, as has been said, really makes it amazing looking. I love pictures like this that are so epic. This one, along with your Egyptian ones are some of my favorite ones. I can just sit and stare at them and just be impressed all the time. I’d like to see more in that area.
I agree. When I first looked at it I thought it was just a small statue and then I saw the priest and was blown away. Very epic indeed.
Not my choice in color schemes, but the level of detail is amazing! It does a good job of creating an impression of scale.
Epic in its simplicity, profoundly rendered. This may very well be my favorite.
I don’t think it’s possible to make an interior wallpaper that’s closer to absolute perfection than this one. I’m surprised this isn’t an all-time top ten image. It’s absolutely enthralling, and I appreciate all the work that must have went into the incredible detail in this one. Don’t pay attention to its inadequately low rating, this one’s a perfect 10.
This image for me is one of the best of the gallery. The setting looks amazing, and the statue seems to come alive, which is what it’s intended to be. I liked the fact of adding the little priest in the middle of the room because it totally changes the perspective of the image. I’ve showed it to a few of my friends and they all do the same reaction. They look at the picture, say its great and then I point the to the guy in the bottom and I hear an instant: whooaaa! It’s like you actually feel the room expanding in your mind and it just shocks you. Really amazing work.
I have always loved your temples, and this one ranks right up there with “Omadon” (1999) as one of my all-time favorite ‘spaces’ in which to contemplate the wonders left behind by peoples unknown in ages long past, a rare few of which are still in use.
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