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Loriental Photograph - The Art Of War - Eternal Portrait Of A Warrior by Loriental Photography

The Art Of War - Eternal Portrait Of A Warrior is a photograph by Loriental Photography which was uploaded on April 25th, 2013.

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Congratulations ! Et Felicitations l'acheteur pour son acquisition.. ;)

Congratulations your wonderful image has been FEATURED in MOUSE!! Thanks for your great support and look for our new CAT List for JUNE, starting today! Cheers, Barbara F/V

Great work - nicely done - voted & faved

Nice! Voted

Thanks for your vote, Jerry !

Beautiful work! I love the finishing..the warm sepia's tones are perfect for this composition! v/f!

Thank you so much, Anne ! I am really glad you love the finishing and the sepia's tones :) Many thanks for your very kind comment and V/F, this is much appreciated !

Terrific light and detail ~ great shot!

Thank you very much for such a kind comment, Susie :)

Beautiful work! vf

Many thanks, Nina ! I highly appreciate your kind comment and V/F, thanks :)

Beautiful composition! Love the processing you've done on this. V

I am so glad you like it, Emily :) Thanks a lot for your very kind comment and vote !

Wonderful work..v/f

Thank you so much, Lori ! Your very kind comment and V/F are much appreciated, thanks :)

Very strong image. Nicely framed and shot. Wonderful colours. v

I am really glad you like my framing in this shot, Lisa :) Thanks a lot for your very kind comment and vote !

very nice..like the dark tones and glow

Many thanks, Linda ! So glad you like this one :)

Very well stated!

Thank you, Jean !

Excellent work!! v

Thank you very much for your kind comment and vote !

Fantastic image! Interesting way it is framed! Your dark antique / texture here is excellent with the image! The frame only brackets to the top of the longsword . . ..I am assuming that furtehr decoration below stands behind the rest of the sword? Nice cross-gaurd and double handed grip . . . almost connical pommel has an excellent shape . . . can't tell if it has a smooth metal cap or lapidary / stone cap -- intrigiung . . .A lot of times, longswords and similar are hung by bolts under the cross-gaurd like this one, but are alos displayed with the scabbard, since scabbards are generally more ornamental, but I love to see the blade - who knows what is under the scabbard and in what condition! Love to see the arched chappe and the groove of the fuller - good shot! I wonder if there is anything heraldic about the sheild / image in the back or if the scrollwork and etc are primarily ornamental! You've got me on this one! A fan of swords in terms forge and metal smith / artisan work and craft and especially history. Bravo! With the darkness on the edges you have me desperate to see more - shadows and intrigue!

Thank you so much for such a very interesting comment, Sandy ! Yes, decoration below actually stands behind the rest of the sword. I also prefer seeing a blade without the scabbard, as long as the blade is a piece of art by itself ;) Nothing heraldic about this particular shield, this is just ornamental. I am so glad you love this one that much ! Again, many thanks for such a fantastic comment, I more than highly appreciate it :)

Beauty in 'war'....nice

Thanks a lot for your kind comment, Jeff ! 'Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it' (Confucius) ;)

Nice!! Voted!

Many thanks for your kind comment and vote, John !

Eternal indeed! V

Thank you very much for your very kind comment and vote, Nekoda :)

Great image - love the strong graphic feel vf

Thank you so much for your very kind comment and for your V/F, Mark ! I am really glad you love it :)

Interesting and creative , well done!!! f / v

Thank you so much, Andrzej ! Your very kind comment and F/V are much appreciated :)

Cool!!!!! v

Thanks a lot for your kind comment and vote, Eti :)

Fabulous!! v

Many thanks for your very kind comment and vote, Deborah !

You have given this a very serious and maybe even dangerous feel. I really like the lighting and the warm hues! Lovely textures and patterns! vf

Thank you so much for such an interesting comment and for your V/F, Karen ! I am so glad you like this one :)

Great work. voted from Photography and Texture ...promotion thread.

Thank you very much

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