GIMP 2.6 photomanipulation using my own textures and photos (from St. Anton, Tirol, Austria)

© doubleblind


  • Franck Balestracci
    Franck Balestr...over 2 years ago

    Fantastic !!!

  • merci beaucoup!!

    – doubleblind

  • carol brandt
    carol brandtover 2 years ago

    really like this work doubleblind .. it’s got composition, mystery, atmosphere, and you have to really look into the work to appreciate what’s given up in the finer detail :))

  • Thank you very much for taking your time to look at my images so carefully!
    Thank you for your kind comment!

    – doubleblind

  • Nikolay Semyonov
    Nikolay Semyonovover 2 years ago


  • Thank you very much!!!

    – doubleblind

  • Dwarkan
    Dwarkanover 2 years ago

    Splendid !!!!!

  • Thank you!

    – doubleblind

  • Carol and Mike Werner
    Carol and Mike...over 2 years ago

    Fabulous image . . . most intriguing!

  • Thank you very much!

    – doubleblind

  • Jillian Merlot
    Jillian Merlotover 2 years ago

    A masterpiece!

  • Thank you very much for this great word ‘masterpiece’! (But I think myself far from creating masterpieces)


    – doubleblind

  • Jan Pudney
    Jan Pudneyover 2 years ago

    You’re invited to enter this in the May 2012 Features Challenge.
    Visit the permanent features gallery here.
    22 May 2012

  • Thank you very much!

    – doubleblind

  • Barbara Sparhawk
    Barbara Sparhawkover 2 years ago

    Thoroughly amazing. I’m not sure what I’m looking at but the scope is a heart-stopping feast. The figures in contrast to the elements, and the angle and distance of the view, like flying above something of thrilling danger.

  • You’re looking at a slope with different kinds of snow and snowdrifts. Indeed it might be a very dangerous situation depending on the time of the day. I made the photo with a zoom lens from the opposite slope being interested in the texture of the snow and the little ‘brave’ trees in it. Later I decided to mount this mountain hiker to achieve a certain kind of identification.
    Thank you very much for your wonderful comment!

    – doubleblind

  • Barbara Sparhawk
    Barbara Sparhawkover 2 years ago

    Aha! thanks for the details. The hiker, and wonderful shadow of him add much to the danger, I think the element that he is surely unaware of what he’s walking into or a life/death mission. The small dots by the brave tree above I thought skiers. It’s like a splendid movie opening, the camera ready to move in for the story we are eager to hear. I really love this

  • Thank you again for viewing with profound interest and commenting!

    – doubleblind

  • Farfarm
    Farfarm6 months ago

    Wow….really exciting piece !

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