I really like the monochromatic theme you have here. It's so very stark. It's much more black and white than gray. I live in a fairly rural area now, and I've seen scenes like this during the winter. So clear and crisp, with the cirrus clouds wisping across the sky, the moon a pale ghost, the trees etched in frost, the land itself obscured and made soft and smooth beneath a blanket of snow. It only takes a few bare features to give it depth; those hillocks to the southwest, the fence winding up the right side. It feels... lonely. The title suits it perfectly. The style isn't original, but in this day when so many go for complexity, simplicity often speaks louder.
Very nice! Oddly enough my favorite part is that fence - it really seems to sit in that space. On the opposite end, I guess I'd have to say that my least favorite part is the trees. They look more symbolic/uniform rather than realistic. Part of that is that the pine needles don't seem to go down far enough, which leaves them looking a bit like they're floating. Oddly enough, I really like the trees on the right because they look like you've made a conscious stylistic choice rather than a mistake. Combined with the trees on the left, though, they look a bit off. Maybe it's because the left-hand trees are a little too slanted? I dunno, they seem rushed.
If this were my drawing, I'd crop it *just* to the left of the moon, and for my tastes it would look perfect.
ANYWAYS, hopefully that helps and wasn't too harsh.
thanks,whatta warm comment! is painting in Da Muro which is part of my speed paintings experience, i used mouse in drawin' by the way.so maybe that's why some part of a tree can't really shows(what do I call that?)the smoothness and i don't pay attention on that part.