Stunning use of different shades for the clouds. I like this picture very much. Would you allow me to use it as background for a Canterlot-inspired orchestral piece I am writing? Of course you would be credited. I'm happy to pay you for the privilege if you have a Paypal account.
I do so love pictures of Equestria landscape, it fills me with a sense of longing and desire, with a heavy heart to follow as I realize I shall never gaze upon this magnificent place with my own eyes. Very well done, I'm truly envious of your skill.
Hello there. I just wanted to let you know that the tumblr user lil-miss-jay has used your art as a background on one of his art pieces and sold it as a commission. He claimed to have used the art without permission, so I thought that it might be interesting to you.
To me, Canterlot seems like a massive design failure. I mean, it looks absolutely spectacular, but it's built on a waterfall. The water will erode away the rock until the rock gives way and at least half of Canterlot will essentially freefall to destruction. This is just basic geology, everybody (or everypony) involved should have realized this.
(I actually looked this up several months ago, since I too agreed that building a castle on a mountain face over a waterfall was a design mistake... But the Swedes have built some rather sturdy mountain Castles, so it's completely likely that Canterlot would be perfectly fine. Also: magic.)