Scorpion in the Desert: A Warrior in Transition. ~ Robert Sturman Photography

Via on Jan 28, 2012

“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.”



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3 Responses to “Scorpion in the Desert: A Warrior in Transition. ~ Robert Sturman Photography”

  1. Oh. Effing. M. G. Now you've really done it. Stunning Robert!

    • Yeah these are brilliant; the color and shadowing and highlighting is so well done….really good….they match the subject; strong and dark and like rock…good match of the surroundings with the subject and ok I'll shut up now :)

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