The first thing I think when I see a picture like this, is: How can so much beautiful in nature? However, Im convinced,is the the look that makes 50% of the miracle...and the look of the artist the artist's gaze reveals what can not be so obvious: the naked gaze who deciphers true colors of sky and ground...that really "see" the flowers to provide it in all its original coloring.
Given images like this, there are many more questions that to give my comments to the artists. I would like to know, for example, how he make for get that flowers make this sort of coven held...How he gets that sun smiles in the correct moment...this image have too much life...too much humanity... So much humanity that really amazes me that no human being does not appear in it ... just overhear the artist's heart palpitations.
The view from afar is a narrative that involves the rest of the elements. I find it very fitting that he has not been focused more than necessary and that the artist allows us to feel that which surrounds the flower celebration. Sincerely I commend the artist for this wonderful picture of deceptive simplicity and yet captures the details that are beyond the vision of a common spectator ... and becomes almost protagonists.
This feels like a warm summer morning (I almost typed "eve", then I took another look at the title, oops ._."), not too hot but also not cold, wind softly rustling through the grass. The angle and focus are beautifully chosen, the colours give off a very warm feeling and the sky looks like it's on fire. Very beautiful sky colour *_*