He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.

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    1. BrankyGrad 78 months ago | reply

      =O <-- that was me when I first saw this. Those colors! What a great shot, and amazing HDR work. Before I noticed that you added it to an HDR pool, I couldn't decide if it was HDR or not...which to me is the sight of a perfect execution :-) Awesome title, too.
      seen in my contacts' photos...

    2. l.gallier 78 months ago | reply

      I agree with Very beautiful!

    3. aaross 78 months ago | reply

      Ditto, nicely processed, I am viewing rapt in awe.

    4. sgarcia 78 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone! I tried not to over do it with the HDR. The church was very well maintained and the colors were vibrant (i actually toned them down a bit).

    5. donjiva(away) 78 months ago | reply

      amazing! could not agree with you more, i hate overprocessed HDR, but this one is perfect

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      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    6. vince.corbo 78 months ago | reply

      I see the interiors of a church are a very nice subject for the HDR tecnique, and your shot proove it.

      Nice work.

    7. nbklx17 (Sandy) 78 months ago | reply

      Stunning colors and beautiful HDR work!

    8. Rostron-Anthony 78 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous HDR I cant wait to try my D300 inside a church, i have done some before but with a canon 30D and to be honest your detail and colour is a lot better. Brilliant.

    9. Shibu L 78 months ago | reply

      great, beautiful, astounding, amazing........................

    10. Surreybloke 78 months ago | reply

      Great job. However, the fact that it is HDR is more obvious then some of comments suggest. Not that it is something to be ashamed of - quite the opposite!

    11. Ethan T. Allen 75 months ago | reply

      Great colors & composition. Happy New Year!

    12. Radu Rîcă 70 months ago | reply

      Faved. Great colors and perspective. :)

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