+JMJ+ I love the scraggly saplings, but I must confess that the mountains look like a painted stage backdrop. As if you made a drawing of what is essentially another drawing. I think it's because the front part is so empty in comparison, like a stage waiting for some drama.
That was just my intention, what I was basically going after. It's almost like I want to create different time zones. That's one of the reasons why I wanted to sort of compress the grandeur of the mountains. It's a backdrop but it's a backdrop that is going to outlive the stage - that's sort of the gist. You're keen. I think I've told you that before.
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