Thank you! It was rendered in PoserPro 2012 with postwork (mostly the painted grass on the hill, in front of the rocks and in front of the tomb entrance) in Photoshop. The bushes and rocks are from RDNA, the tall grasses are Lisa's (here), the tomb is an old freebie by France (francemi), used one of Esha's trees and the ground is from an old Stonemason set that was sold here called (I think) Camelot.
The detail is amazing. What an eye you have. I recognize the foliage, being a longtime fan and user of Traveler's goodies and Lisa's. (Peeps, just because something is old doesn't mean it's any lesser quality than new. Traveler's stuff is all still available at RDNA in The Deep Freeze.) I knew this was done in PoserPro 2012 having seen so many gobsmacking renders out of that program. I'm a Studio fan and user, but sometimes...sigh. Displacement, afaic, in Studio goes flat when I use UE lighting. Unless I'm doing something horribly wrong. The displacement in Poser, however, is spot on. I'm sure some sharpening helps, but look at the detail on the rocks surface and ground.
And using the new skybox here is a wowzer! Man, I just love this picture, Dani.