Thank you, Medina. :)
Good interpretation...unfortunately too heavy for some of us. Great job!!
Thank you, Mussel. :)
Ditto previous comments, nice sharp silhouette. voted!
You're right, Sir. :) Thank you again. Thank you Bear. :)
sunsets are my favorite and i'm back to vote. good job!
Thank you just for thinking about my suggestions. The contest is not as important as the opportunity to interchange ideas.
agree with slr. I tried the crop he suggested by zooming and by my opinion works.places more focus on the cross and delivers more meaning to the title.
Thank you so much for your suggests and feedback. I'm taking into account of them. Unfortunately, this framework was made away from home and now some time. I will resume this experiment, but I won't be able to for this contest.
Sorry to see there are no comments on this yet. The meaning relative to the topic is obvious and powerful. Its a great photograph but one thing that I'm always battling with in my own photography is when I have a shot with several great elements, but only one is for the theme. The crucifix is the obvious item for the theme, but the fantastic lighting in the sky might also be - "a break in the clouds". But even with both having meaning for the topic I think they compete with one another and the sky steals the eye. So what I normally do is force myself to not show one great part of the photo so that the theme subject is more strongly represented. Just for fun, I'd like you to try a crop which hs the top of your shot about 1/2 centimeter above those small but distinct clouds above the cross. Include just a bit of bright light and in so doing you have the suggestion of a heavenly influence. Then bring the left in halfway from the current edge and the first power pole. With that the crucifix is a stronger element and the power poles which some might at first groan about, become symblomatic of other crosses on Calgary. Try this and please come back and tell me what you think. In the end, some things are a matter of taste also so I won't be hurt at all if you like it better as is.