First off I'd like to say Wow, great capture here! You have really nailed this one. The way my eyes are drawn into the field to the path way is just as if I'm right there walking through the grass. The soft subtle haze also creates a great atmosphere, making the distant background appear further than what it was I'm guessing. As for lighting you couldn't have taken this at a better time, the way the grass seems to glow with high contrast to the bottom. The sky speaks for itself fitting well with the foreground. My only concern is that the horizon could possibly go a little more to the left but now I look at it some more I think that's just where the field ends and different levels of grass. All in all I love this shot, keep up the good work
This is going to be a very positive review because this is a shot I would have liked to have taken myself and you have pulled it off extremely well.Good crisp foreground and nice light allow the shadow to make a natural vignette along the front of the work. The path snakes to the left and then takes our eyes straight to the brooding mountain shrouded in mist and capped with some fluffy white clouds. The sky is exposed nicely with a golden gradient and yet we can still see details in the village and on the lower slopes.I can see the lie of the land may have sloped to the right but I think a degree or three of rotation would make the shot sit even better. Well done. I like this critique system because it is showing me artists work I may not have come across before
another breathtaking shot. the colors just make it come alive. haha, i'm sorry, the cloud over the mountain almost looks like a dragon. that's just something else that adds to the mystique of your picture.