Nominated for 11th International B&W Spider Awards
This image was shown in my major exhibition 'Landscape Figures' in 2014 and is now also published in my latest book of the same name.
“The wind blew hard across the rolling landscape but the winter rain drove harder, stabbing the skin of the earth and the flesh of the figure. The sky grew dark and the hills blackened, but a gentle beam of light continued to illuminate the woman, outstretched on the dune. A firm arm of soft sand pressed into her back, supporting her and the new life now growing inside her, positioning her to face the universe”
Average is 4.63 points/appreciation
Gallery Nudes in Wilderness (4 images)
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Equipment Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
Technical Technical RAW file processed in ACR and then warm tone applied in PhotoShop. All my images are printed for gallery display using 200+ year archival papers and pigment inks.
Uploaded 25 Nov 2017 at 03:40pm
Common feed 28 Nov 2017 at 10:50pm
Glyn Davies Thanks very much Drinking Eye, and also for your comment too Henri :-)
25 Nov 2017 at 04:02pm
Glyn Davies Hi Eliot,
Questa è una delle oltre 80 immagini del grande progetto, e ho usato solo "sensuale" due volte nei titoli, quindi non è tutto negativo ;-)
26 Nov 2017 at 12:45pm
Wes Pettus Wow, the beauty of the dunes alone would have been great, but the addition and contrast with the model makes it sublime.
28 Nov 2017 at 06:06pm
Glyn Davies Thanks again Wes, In all my work Wes, the landscape takes priority, the model is only an important addition, not the reason, if that makes sense.
28 Nov 2017 at 06:12pm
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