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A lonesome horseman enjoying the view in the last light of the day and who is already seeing the end of his voyage.
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:star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

Breathtaking is quite an apt descriptor for this piece.

The artist has managed to at once give us something that seems oddly familiar while also obviously alien. We're treated to a scene that could be out of a Western or Medieval fiction however the details of the world we're shown very obviously place this in a world not our own despite the Bald Eagle hiding in the foreground.

It adds both a sense of realism and whimsy to the entire piece as we might find ourselves as the viewer trying to discern just what sort of world this is that has so many familiar yet seemingly alien elements to it.

The sense of scope is quite epic with a seemingly vast expanse before us and the weary traveler who sees their destination before them yet with still more to go as the suns set on the horizon.

My only real critique is that the shadows in the foreground where the Bald Eagle and rider are seems a little uneven in their distribution. This may be a personal issue more than one with the piece itself I fully grant and otherwise the lighting is handled wonderfully throughout the rest of the piece. It affords the viewer a starting point where their eyes will naturally be drawn and from which we can spread our vision to take in the rest of the scene before us in its entirety.