Diploma photos: Water church

I finally decided to put my diploma photos on my blog. I was hiding them for a while, because I know they are a bit different than most photos and also because I wanted to keep some mystery around them. So now that they have been exhibited at my school and at one of the galleries in Ljubljana, I think it’s time I show them up here as well.
Title of series is “Water church”, even though none of the churches are actually named like that, but I just think title fits, because photos include both of these elements. And no, photos are not photoshopped (except some color corrections) and there is no computer liquify effect used on them. I’ll let you figure it out on your own how I did it.
Any comments and critiques are welcome!

Burg Hochosterwitz in Austria

Burg Hochosterwitz in German language or Grad Ostrovica in Slovene, is a hill with castle on top and is located in Austria, close to Klagenfurt. I was at Wörthersee during the weekend and this castle is close-by, so it was nice to include it in this trip. I admit, it’s quite impressive castle, cute, medieval and very interesting to me, because I love historical stuff and buildings.
Well I must say, not only that I liked the castle, but I really enjoyed the view too and I just had to take some photos of interesting landscape and fields below me. I admit, it also felt a bit like I’m the queen and there is my land below… Haha! Work people down there, produce some crops! =D
Ok, so enough with jokes… I know it’s actually not funny, because those times were hard… But still, you can’t help the feelings you get in this kind of situations. =) Anyway, this time there is some more photos, so I hope you’ll enjoy them! =)