Windmills and the Willow by Jaime Ibarra
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Windmills and the Willow

July 17, 2014
52mm · f/3.5 · 1/1000s · ISO 200
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24 Comments

Andrew Yianne's picture

Great tones and dramatic lighting!

Jaime Ibarra's picture

Thank you :)

Andy Ruiz's picture

Tone is very good. Thumbs up Jaime.

Jaime Ibarra's picture

Thanks :)

Kristjan Järv's picture

Wow, this looks amaing

Jaime Ibarra's picture

Thanks :)

James Johnson's picture

I love this photo. But the crop on her bothers me a little bit. I feel like we should see her completely, or the crop should be even lower. Awesome shot though!

Jaime Ibarra's picture

I do not agree, but you are entitled to your opinion, of course. And thank you :)

Martin Francis's picture

There's a lot to like here, but I'm intrigued to know who this person is, and why her head's cut off? It's a bold decision and I feel some explanation might help.

Jaime Ibarra's picture

Some of the best stories leave "holes" in the narrative, inviting viewers to "fill in the blanks" as they wish ;)

Agree with you and Martin, it's a bold decision, one am not sure I can make but it's what makes it compelling. Great shot.

James Lewis's picture

Without a doubt...my favorite image in your portfolio.

Jaime Ibarra's picture

Thank you very much :)

brian sumner's picture

Love the feel. Great coloring!

Jaime Ibarra's picture

Thanks :)

Maximilian Mesch's picture

Great framing!
The viewer gets interested because he think there is missing something (of course the head), but that effects that the viewer is stopping and wants to see everything :)

Guillermo Fernández's picture

Gives the same feel that you get out of a good memory. Nice!

Anonymous's picture

A lot to like in this picture; The warm lighting, the dress, the landscape, even the composition. I understand that you have thought carefully about the point of leaving her head outside of the frame, but even so I would have liked to see her head.

Anonymous's picture

Amazing light and imagery! You created such a rich mood, very dramatic scene!

Manuel Rodelyn Garcia's picture

fantastic! i love everything in it!

James Allen Stewart's picture

Spectacular. One of my favorits in here!

Robert Coppa's picture

Masterly done Mr Ibarra !!