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Jerusalem morning

Easter was a inspiration for this small and quick picture. Lovely sunday morning outside the Jerusalem, some 2000 years ago.
I want to paint this troubled land as it should be, the land of milk and honey. Thanks for any comments or critics.
Finished in some 6 hours( two evenings), done from scrach in PS CS 3 beta+wacom.
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Blue-Anima's avatar
Really nice use of light.Clap 
dofaust's avatar
A very lovely picture.
Will you do commissions?
SeekinaVarasati's avatar
Wow, this is more than amating, with the background story especially. I like the dove vers much. It is a simple symbol, but still very beautiful.
flamenfloralis's avatar
superb lightning and exquisite composition !
erene's avatar
Amazing atmosphere, wonderful scene!
aruachan's avatar
This piece captures the fresh, hopeful feeling of Easter Sunday so beautifully! Thank you for such a gorgeous piece. :heart:
Morning-Star-42's avatar
Respectful, warm, and spiritual. I haven't seen a picture on this topic in quite some time that made me feel so peaceful.
simpleoOgirl's avatar
beautiful work, very touching :heart:
Darth-Looney's avatar
I really like this work and The Tomb. But the men in white is Jesus or the Angel?
Darth-Looney's avatar
Thank you! And Holy Easter!
Mimi7789's avatar
Nice work. Very beautiful
Annet-S's avatar
There is no words to describe it, wonderfull. :aww:
maeyru's avatar
I adore the bird :aww:
Noelab1's avatar
this is really, really inspirational. very good work.
wei777's avatar
Nice and peacefull , I like it
Patsuko's avatar
Your religious art is fantastic...especially the tomb. Actually, all of your art is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing it. I will be watching for more.
absolutely amazing work..but what about the skyscrapers? you said it's some 2000 years ago! how come then?

best regards ^^
RadoJavor's avatar
they are just jerusalem city gates.
Beautiful picture! :)
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