The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg has a beautiful sculpture gallery including works by Canova and his successors.
You can check the web for further info.
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Noel_Byrne (32536) 2013-02-26 3:46
You have captured a truly beautiful scene here, and the almost 3D effect of the statue in the foreground is really cool. The details and colours of the walls and ceiling are remarkable, this is a wonderful cpature.
All the best
FYZRMZ (1058) 2013-02-26 4:17
Heykelin sag tarafta yer alirken, koridorun arkaya uzanmasi ve duvarlardaki suslemeleri de detaylari ile gorebiliyor olmamiz etkileyici. cok guzel.
danos (100876) 2013-02-26 4:21
Hello my friend from the oldies,
nice prsenation of the interior of teh Hermitage with the excellent paintings and the statues to are the eye catching of the scene.I like the creative perspective as the excellent light and colour management.
msadurski (234) 2013-02-26 4:56
Good interior photo. Nice composition and colours. I really admire the noise control (I would have shot with 1/50 and 800 ISO, though).
kabel (1930) 2013-02-26 7:22
Hello, excellent perspective in your image. The wealth of the Czars is mind boggling. The physical beauty of the museum is spectacular as we can see in your photo.
dom_inik_m (1717) 2013-02-26 7:24
I am part of the moderation team and the note accompanying this photo is problematic. Indeed, it fully comes from the Hermitage Museum website... and that's it!
On this point, TE's Terms of Services are clear: It is not permitted to copy and paste sections of text off from other sites. If you wish to refer to information on other sites you must provide a link to that site instead.
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Thank you in advance,
mesutilgim (96304) 2013-02-26 10:34
Selam-ün aleyküm Deniz Bey kardeşim,
Sen yaşıyon mu ???
Hermitage'den güzel bir kare. Fotoğraf olarak güzel güzel olmasına da, tavan ve duvarlardaki yoğun dekorasyonlar, heykellerin anasını belliyor !
Selam ve sevgiler
macjake (70519) 2013-02-26 10:41
great to see you back again :)
I really enjoy viewing your work here.
too bad you had to use such a high ISO rating, but what makes the scene work so well is the angled composition with the colorful ceiling, and all the geometry.
bona (13737) 2013-02-26 11:36
This is the second photo I saw today in a close place that I really like. The photo is very sharp and with fantastic colors. My photo in close place never get so bright.
Beautiful this Museum.
williewhistler (16404) 2013-02-27 2:40
Hello Deniz,raising the ISO has helped to capture the most interesting and beautiful interior of the Hermitage, Thoughtful photography,thank you.
batalay (39557) 2013-03-06 7:32
I was looking at your rich collection of photos, got ensnared by this magnificent image from the Hermitage. As Heisenberg once said, "Never underestimate how much pleasure it gives a man to see what he already knows." My wife and I traipsed along the endless corridors of the Hermitage, the last time in late June of 2010, and remember this particular vantage point well. She said, "You took a photo of the same spot." I did take the same scene, but Mine is nowhere as good. But this has inspired me to upload four separate angles of Hermitage's only Michelangelo statue.
Selam ve saygilarimla,
- Copyright: Deniz Taskin (rigoletto) (34279)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-08-15
- Categories: Architecture, Artwork
- Camera: Canon EOS 400D, Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM
- Exposure: f/5.0, 1/100 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-02-26 3:41