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Taken at Ruše cemetery, Slovenia
Featured in Contrasting PerceptionsUnlimited QualityBlack & White Night PhotographyNo More ColourB&W Spotlight The Masters
2nd Place in Snowy Benches And Tables
Top Ten in BenchesGroup AvatarBlack And White At NightNight ShadowsGroup AvatarWalkways with BenchesBuried Benches
snow, winter, bench, graveyard, fresh powder, slovenia, ruše
this is simply beautiful Mojca, and a fave for me.x
Thanks Catherine! Much appreciated as always :)
– Mojca Savicki
wonderfully captured .. love the magical sparkles on the untouched snow, great shadow and fabulous light.. ::))
thanks dinghysailor! Glad you like it!
LOVE that sparkling powder! Beautifully captured my friend. XXSUEXX
Thanks Sue, I truly appreciate it! Happy holidays!
Something wonderful from another world.
Glad you like it, my friend! Happy holidays!
LOVE the light Mojca! Merry xmas:) xoxox
Thanks Marg! I’m sorry you don’t have snow for Christmas hahaha ….. oxoxox
So sparkley…How lovely.
Wow, this is great ! The light, sparkles and shadow are so good ! I just regret the kind of container in the far right.
Thanks a lot Arkhel! Glad you like it and I truly apreciate your comment! It’s a shot from the graveyard and that thing in the far right is a tombstone :)
So it is a “kind of container” ;-) Really a great shot, well done !
yep, you could say so LOL
Oh, stunning work, Mojca – wow.
thanks Colleen! So glad you like it! :)
Magical. What I like most about this is your unorthodox and highly creative approach to a shot in a cemetery – making the bench and the footfalls through the snow the focus of attention, rather than the tombstones. Avoiding the obvious and the banal, so representative of your approach generally.
Thanks KD! You know I don’t go to cemeteries at all, except on occasions like this :)….it was beautiful though, for all those lit candles surrounded by snow….don’t know how this is in US, but here people lit candles on graves all the time so if you go there at night, it’s really nice….