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Point with a view Photograph by Robert WK Clark

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Stella Wanja

Stella Wanja

Looking at this art piece, there stands a small rock with a sharp pick. The surrounding environment has shrubs, grass and a forest. On the far end, the viewer can see mountain ranges. This image is designed by the artist to create more emphasis on the peak. The rock resembles a mountain and the viewer is seen watching this feature at a distance. The colors used in this art print are great and they create contrast between each other. The background selection is also perfect since the image is given a realistic approach by the viewer who is emotionally moved to be at this scenery.

Ashley Grimes

Ashley Grimes

A very perfect scenery to enjoy oneself and revel in the beauty. I am only looking at the peak of that rock and imagining what it would be like to get on top and stay on top of it. It would be the most amazing view ever. I mean, having to see all the beautiful things software nature surrounding the mountain first hand and in real time too, it is going to be the most amazing thing ever. I would give up anything to be a part of this bright and colorful experience. The blue sky is a very beautiful thing to look at though.

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