Thanks a lot! I always try to show something new in my artworks, our world is full of amazing and beautiful places and sometimes we just do not know about their existence. In this sense, art is a very useful thing
Ooh this is very cool, I like the perspective/depth of field in this - the relative size of the standing stones against the horizon gives the sense of a vast, awe-inspiring wide open space together with the figures swooping overhead.
Thank you Cameron! These natural pillars are very tall and majestic. It makes a big impression on people who visit this plateau. By the way in the distant past it was a sacred place for the Mansi people.
Love the movement you captured in the sky, so full of life everything in constant movement. The comet looks fantastic! Your rocks remind me of totems, hidden symbols within each stone face. The fossilized fish eggs are like time capsules of a ancient past.
In Mansi language these pillars called idols. Manpupuner translated as a small mountain of idols. In the legends of the northern people this place is sacred. The northern regions are full of interesting and beautiful places, it is a paradise for researchers. This place is a nature reserve and tourists must obtain permission to visit these fantastic rock formations. Hope someday I will visit this place too.