Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Deviant zscascascdaMale/Canada Recent Activity
Deviant for 3 Years
Needs Core Membership
Statistics 0 Deviations 763 Comments 2,814 Pageviews
×

Critiques


Hush is the second pictures of the set five and mean to be hold still, to be maintain in silence. You have to take in consideration the...


I just read the story of the location and it's impressive one. Back in the ancient Greece, in the tumultuous era of the Peloponesian Wa...


Let's begin with the vision, which a paradoxe since Blindeness baptized the composition. Her dress and overall allure make reference to...


Chess...what a formidable game, isn't? The most popular of all, uncomplicated yet a gift for the resourceful mind. And a Brussels serpa...

Newest Deviations

No deviations yet

Favourites

Watchers

Groups

This user is not currently part of any groups.

Activity


Hush is the second pictures of the set five and mean to be hold still, to be maintain in silence. You have to take in consideration the entire set if you want to get a proper impression of it, since it's a progression from Bleak Reverie to Morbid Equilibrium. But first, Hush, the moment before the condemnation of the crown. Even if there's a feeling of ritualistic feeling attach to the progression, I'm intend to say that it's a materialization of her own self. The pitch black hands are a physical representation of her own state of mind, something emerging from her obscure self. Something that must be conceal, so the requierement of stillness and silence. The rite of passage take then the role of acceptance and the consent of a unwanted form of her personae. But then again, this is more of a turn of fate than a progression in the search of a equilibrium. From bleak to morbid, it's not a monumental step forward, right? The Tenacious Embraces maybe make reference to a feeling of anxiety, anguish or another means to reach that state of stability.
So high praise for vision and originality.

The technique is really satisfying. The tar hands are simply astonishing, the ornamentation is beyond great. The model does her job well as victim full of sorrow trying lamentably to gain upper ground against the darkness. There's something about passive compliance about her, don't you think? The angle is great and I like the singularity and the substance of the color.

For the impact, remember me, at least for a week, to not linger into dark alley at midnight. It's a hit for sure! A meaningful composition, dessert for the esoteric mind.
I just read the story of the location and it's impressive one. Back in the ancient Greece, in the tumultuous era of the Peloponesian War, city state were fighting to obtain the supremacy over of the civilize world. The Battle of Sphateria opposed the mighty and proud warriors from Sparta and the men of the birthplace of democracy, the Athenian led by a historical figure in Demosthene. To tell the truth, it was not really a fair fight for the brave but outnumbered Spartans, something like 400 vs 3000 Athenians. Still, they fought valiantly until defeat and it was the first time ever that a Spartans group surrender. Like ever. A seismic symbolic victory for who will later surpass all the other Greek city state. The opposite of what happen in Thermopilae, well you know, the movie 300.

The Entrance is a symbol of passing through, like passing through time to revisit history and old memories. A old gate vestige of a rich heritage and also a remembrance of military tactic where the Athenian make a blocus around the island searching to strave the Spartans. So we could say that the vision is meaningful and rather original.

The technique is worth of a skilled photographer. The angle seize adequately the monumental aspect of it and we also get the refreshing mood of Greece during summer with the blue lagonic water, saturating sun and endless sky.

For the impact I wonder how it could be greater since the vision, the originality and the technique all goes in the same direction: to present you a gift from the past of a rich culture while enjoying one of the most pleasant thing on earth which is summer by Greece.

A red story for a blue Greece.

Journal

No journal entries yet.

deviantID

Morlante666
zscascascda
Canada
acsaxcascasc

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconsaturns-child:
Saturns-Child Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for watching! :tighthug:
Reply
:iconmorlante666:
Morlante666 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016
You're a powerhugger as I can see. Thank you for the affection, it's deeply treasured. 
Thanks for everything! 
Reply
:iconcleallyfr:
CleaLlyfr Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Hello, thanks so much for the lovely and poetic comments, and the watch. Really appreciated :) Have a sweet weekend!
Reply
:iconmorlante666:
Morlante666 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2015
My pleasure,
Peace and Love
Clap 
Reply
:iconmarinacoric:
MarinaCoric Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015  Professional
Thank you for watching. :bow:
Reply
:iconmorlante666:
Morlante666 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015
It's alright, you have my praise and my gratitude. 
Nod 
Reply
:iconmarinacoric:
MarinaCoric Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015  Professional
:aww: ;)
Reply
:iconmorlante666:
Morlante666 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015
CURSE YOU! 
Reply
Add a Comment: