I love the angle because it captures the whole setting and the lighting is very good and emphasizes the detail of the room. I think the focus and composition is very good, providing no distractions. The fact that there is no glare and there is balance is great! For me, the centre is the vocal point, which I think is very eye-catching and the way you took it as a landscape photo was a good position. Also, I think that there is a nice, calm, and tranquil mood. Overall, this is a wonderful and visually pleasing shot that I think tells a story.
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I'd love to live here.. ovo;;
Such a beautiful room and a lovely photo!
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That looks amazing! Amazing...
This looks like a location they used for "The Count of Monte Cristo" movie.
Love the colours of the view outside!
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I can imagine people in 1920 clothes, having a party, ladies are smoking and each talking to a man.
This is the first time after seeing most of your wonderful photos, that I think I recognize the place. I know you don't tell where they are for a reason, so won't tell where I think it is either, but it bites me to know is it really.
If you don't mind, would you answer me one question: the room straight ahead we looking at in the photo...is there a row of benches on the right side, seen from the door? You don't have to answer me if you don't want, it's just curiosity and I respect your choice to hide these places.
Beautiful photo, by the way
sooooooo cool!!! really, I dont know if its the ilumination, the place or the perspective of the pic but its fucking awesome! Good work!!
Your pictures never ceases to amaze me, you are one my favorites deviants, thank you for providing us these amazing shots!