The capture of a unicorn

© Anna M. Halasz

The capture of a unicorn

Uploaded: July 23, 2007


Michael Khoury July 23, 2007

expressed with delicacy and charm
m #697293

July 23, 2007

I love the soft tones of your shot! nice work! #4543888

Anna M. Halasz July 23, 2007

Michael and Marnie-thank you for your nice comments #4544019

September 30, 2007

There's some magical quality about windows that make them great objects in photography...and to be used to capture a magical and mystical unicorn really makes this image work well. The scale of the unicorn in relation to the window also focuses the eye on your subject. And, the overall cool tones makes it that much more mysterious.

Steve #4864983

Anna M. Halasz October 01, 2007

you are very nice.Thank you.Appreciate it.
Anna #4870239

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