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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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Apr 9, 2011, 6:28:31 PM
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Illuminated by TobiasRichter Illuminated by TobiasRichter
The Elbe Sandstone Massif on a spring evening. The light of the setting sun creates a warm and somehow magical atmosphere. The first green fields of the year seen from the Klipphorn Mountain enhance the soft character of the photograph. From left to right, one views the mountains Zschienstein, Zirkelstein, Kaiserkrone, Wolfsberg, Gorisch, Papensten, Lilienstein and last but not least the River Elbe and the Schrammstein peaks.

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Critique by StefanHefele Apr 12, 2011, 2:56:44 AM
Sehr schönes Panorama Tobias. Mich stört nur, dass es ein bisschen flau wirkt. Die Stimmung, die wohl vor Ort geherrscht hat, kommt trotzdem sehr gut rüber!
Könnte ein bisschen größer hochgestellt werden, denn so kann es die Wirkung nicht ganz entfalten, finde ich.
Auch die Bildgestaltung kann punkten, wobei es schön wäre, wenn man noch mehr vom Fluss im VG sehen würde.
Der relativ mittige Horizont stört gar nicht.
Im Großen und Ganzen aber auf jeden Fall ein Foto, dass handwerkliches und kreatives Geschick sehr schön vereint. Die Epische Atmosphäre wird eben nur durch das etwas Flaue und durch die Bildgröße beeinträchtigt!
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It was kinda hard to read the critique above so I will try to make one. As soon as I saw this picture I felt like I was in The Lord of The Rings world. It's just mystical and wonderful. The light that embraces the land gives it an allure of peace and tranquility. The river that carved itself a passage through the mountains and going in the horizon, fading slowly, symbolizes the road of life, a road to unknown possibilities (this comparison doesn't work for a person who know the geography of the place, because he knows where it's going). The vision deserves 5 stars because you have captured so many aspects of this landscape: mountains, river, forests, clouds and the light from the sun. All four elements are present here: water, air, earth and fire(the light from the sun)
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DanielleLac Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012
Wow... there's no words to describe the beauty of this shot... It's just absolutely breathtaking! Great job.
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:icontobiasrichter:
TobiasRichter Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thanks!
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Anna-Gracie Featured By Owner May 27, 2012
This picture is really great.:D
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LunaFeles Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2012   Photographer
einfach wunderschön.. um wieviel uhr wurde das gemacht?
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TobiasRichter Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2012  Professional Photographer
Danke. Das Foto ist 6:30 abends also ca 1h vor Sonnenuntergang gemacht.
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LunaFeles Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2012   Photographer
wow echt schön...
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PhotoByTrace Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Sweet Light!
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NeoArgos Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Die sächsische Schweiz immer wieder eine Augenweide
und vorallem so gut getroffen!
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sassaputzin Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2011
this is fantastic tobias
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TobiasRichter Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thanks a lot!
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