A ground perspective of the Moscow State Historical Museum, which is part of the building complex that delimits Moscow's Red Square.
Despite its obvious intense red colour and harsh past, the qualifier "Red" is misinterpreted by most foreigners that associate it as communist or blood related, however the adjective was born from the word "Krasnaya" or beautiful in old Russian which is similar to the word "krasny" or red.
The square is definitely the best spot of Moscow. Its size and its majestic buildings is breathtaking, just as this museum.
Although rare, for me at modern or urban settings, I think sometimes this awe effect is what keeps our zest for life flowing, in other words, it is where life has all the meaning and where our human essence floats out from the depths of oblivion.
- I had a hard time trying to get those blues, it might look false because I added extra tint, contrast and a diagonal tinted gradient.
- Added sharpness to promote textures in the building (bricks and corners)