The original Barnabas was always standing at a window, staring out into the night. I like that you took a familiar image from a released still and incorporated it into this rather poignant scene. This conveys his heartbreak and utter loneliness. Whether it's Frid, Cross, Newman, or Depp, they all play to this weight of the centuries which fall so heavily upon the proud shoulders of Barnabas Collins. Very nicely painted image of Depp as Barnabas in his finery. The windowpanes with the gloom beyond is both haunting and magical. A striking concept, excellently realized.
All the pictures of Barnabas I've seen so far show him either with a rather absurd expression (like a "What the hell was that?"/"Eww! That's disgusting!" face) or eternally serious. This one speaks to my interpretation of him: someone who is lost in time, though he is among family in his, now, ancestral home; not in the past, but not fitting in with the future either, struggling to find a reason to keep on living. THis touches my heart.