The Revenant

the revenant

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~ by Oloriel on March 10, 2015.

16 Responses to “The Revenant”

  1. Impressive shot.

  2. Lovely photo…loving over his kingdom.

  3. Sweet shot! This is a true “black and white”. :0)

    • Thank you! Did it ever happen to you that you snap something and process it and create a sort of photography artwork of it, at the same time asking yourself Why, oh why, am I looming the busy streets of the city and photographing crows, ravens, magpies, and then a few days later, something happens and you just see your photo and be like Yep, it was an omen of impending feelings that transpired?

  4. Great capture… I love it! All the best to you. Happy weekend ahead! Aquileana 😀

  5. Hi! I have nominated you for the Real Neat Blog Award! You can find the instructions and my post here: http://laurensaysitall.com/2015/03/22/the-real-neat-blog-award/ 🙂 x

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