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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D3100
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10/400 second
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Aug 1, 2011, 6:41:32 AM
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The road to Perdition by GaiusNefarious The road to Perdition by GaiusNefarious
I upped the contrast and added some saturation.
And then layered it.

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nayareth Nov 21, 2012   Photographer
el camino mas hermoso
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Photopathica Oct 23, 2011   General Artist
amazing!
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Capturing-the-Light Oct 13, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much for sharing this photograph. The composition is supberb and the road leads you beautifully into the shot. The photomanipulations are extremely well done. The shot has an almost mystical quality and there is nothing I enjoy more than a shot that is thought provoking, educational and allows for the imagination. Well done you.
One small point! Unsure of the title I do not feel that this shot is anything like a road to "eternal death" or "damnation" - have I misinterpreted the point you are trying to make?
Simon
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:icongaiusnefarious:
Most of the people are very afraid of death, sure damnation.
But even death itself can be great journey to the unknown.
And if this should be the light of tunnel, I would be gladly to go to helicium.
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Capturing-the-Light Oct 22, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much for your thoughtful reply. I now appreciate what you were thinking and quite agree with you. Death is also something I do not fear, although it is becoming more and more of a "taboo", so well done you for an innovative title. I to would not fear walking into this particular light. As with the shot itself, thank you for giving me another way to think when putting a title to my own work.
Simon
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:icongaiusnefarious:
you're welcome.

It is indeed a taboo now a days.
Just ook at our ancestors, death can be an honour too.
To go to a better place or loved place.
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FreeSpiritFotography Oct 6, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
WOW :wow:
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