Oh what a wonderful fractalist! I have never seen his/her work before today, so thank you for the introduction. I will certainly go back to have another look and to have my work compared to theirs is flattering in the extreme. I know Nigel's work and I admire his persistent pursuit of genre. I sort of got pushed in to scenes with a challenge presented by Ultra Fractal Redux group during my first six months of fractalling. A key to this type of image is SFBM. I studied parameters where depth of field was tackled in a two dimensional way using the gradient without reference to perspective. For instance a cloud is not two dimensional with black at its edges! Anyway I witter - Thank you for the compliment my friend, much appreciated.