Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Nose

a maize





nose





ant's view





complicity






joie de vivre





Rorschach





hidden in plain view





peaceful afternoon





compos mentis







interrogation






orange crush





my house

39 comments:

  1. like Mildred said.... very, very pretty

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  2. I love Compos mentis, the colour, the angle, the shapes, perfect! All are lovely, but that's the favorite of the day for me.:)

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  3. You have a very unique way to shot pics.
    That puppy is her by now...

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  4. Brilliant!

    I love 'Rorschach' and 'my house' particularly. The light on 'a maize' is lovely.

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  5. The "peaceful afternoon" looks so inviting with the archway, stepping stones and water. And, I love all the ones with what looks like Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus) because it reminds me of California where I grew up.

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  6. Ant's view is very much eye opening! Love every pixel of your pictures - the colors are exactly the way they are embossed in my brain - the way colors have to be - wish I can color like that! Your house look like Adam's fammily one on that picture :)

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  7. Peaceful afternoon and orange crush are my very favorites today!

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  9. Hey it that a Desert Rose in 'complicity'? I have not seen one planted on ground before. Very beautiful... blooms all over. Btw, is that Angelina's nose at the background?

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  10. Love them all. I really love the Orange crush and joie de vivre. I just love seeing your photos!

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  11. Very nice shots. The flowers are simple and beautiful. I liked the shot of maize most.

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  12. Oh this is so beautiful !! Flowers are so colorful and great..I really loved them...Great shot..

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  13. The archway photo is so beautiful! I like Ant's view and orange crush too. But complicity had me gasping! I've never seen an adenium with that many blooms. How long will that take for my tiny plants to grow like that?! I'm wondering.... A pleasure to view your amazing photos.

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  14. Steph and Kanak: you both correctly identified the Adenium (Adenium obesum). It's getting huge. I grew it from seed, too. The plant is about 10 years old.

    They will get much bigger planted in the ground than they will in a small pot. The secret is that they like peat moss (a little surprising for a succulent). And I never use organic fertilizer on anything.

    Since I'm in a frost-free area, I like to grow everything outside. Even my Lithops, and Venus flytraps.

    And, yes - that's Angelina's little nose in "nose."

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  15. TQ for the answers and peat moss secret! Have a wonderful day ;-)

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  16. I'm loving all the blue...& of course the nose:)

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  17. So nice! All your pictures are very miraculous...

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  18. Angelina, your photos are stunning! Again I can't decide which I like the most!
    Greetings:)

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  19. The 'ant's view' is my favourite, but all are great!

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  20. Interesting and nice photos. Love the ant's view too.

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  21. All of your photos are wonderful. I love the rainbow of colors in your beautiful flowers.

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  22. Amazing as always! I didn't expect anything less. I love your photos. Thanks for the visit.

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  23. Oh yes, I forgot....LOL, no I don't own a helicopter. Very funny though. Maybe in about 20 years if things go as planned :)

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  24. All very nice captures and I'm glad you're sharing them with us here :)

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  25. Wonderful series of photos! It’s beautiful the way you see and feel your surrounding; whether it is lovely flowers and its colours, lovely deep blue sky and a bird flying in the air or a sparrow that enjoy the view from the building …Thanks for sharing all those beautiful moments with us and that beautiful peaceful afternoon.

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  26. Very nice pictures! Love seeing your "views". :)

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  27. You are too creative for words!! I love hidden in plain view!

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  28. I have never seen a desert rose with that many blooms...so jealous...I must hop to the store tomorrow and pick up that peat moss. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. You so have a certain flair for titles and pictures. Once again it is difficult to chose one, but I'll for Peaceful Afternoon. Maybe I need one?

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  30. Nicely done; easy to look at; leaves one with a good feeling...a hopeful feeling.

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  31. I love coming here and looking at your photos!

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  32. Angelina, Your trainer is most good with a camera. What a lovely garden! Love the ant's view of the agapanthus? and tree. Oh to be in Bermuda with the lovely sea breeze right now...

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  33. Wonderful series, I've really enjoyed it!

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  34. So many beautiful things around here.
    Excellent post.

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  35. This really is a series of some really wonderful compositions caught with brilliant colors!! Very creative Post!!

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  36. Your blue is SO blue!! How did you get the ants view? Such interesting photos:)
    Thank you for visiting my blog, I must comment on your beautiful doggy too!!!

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  37. Hi....

    This is Barbara...Diego's Mom. Sorry it's taken me awhile to answer your post on my Eastsideviews blog. I've been doing the driftwood art for about 5 years. The pieces do take a long time to finish but as you see by the pictures, they are well woeth the time.

    Barbara

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