Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Symphony

Diminuendo






Smorzando






The Rite Of Spring







Nocturne






Bolero







Acapella







Tremolo







Fugue







Tango









Allegro non troppo

39 comments:

  1. Such an interesting quality to the lighting in your photos. Very pretty. That little Angelina is a doll - does allegro mean lively?

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  2. Prospero: Thanks for visiting my site. It gave me the opportunity to revisit yours. The colors on your flowers are striking. Great close-ups. I really like Bolero.

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  3. How do you get those colors on your flower shots? Diminuendo is great.

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  4. Funky looks! I like! I really like "The Rite of Spring"!!

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  5. I like how Nocturne looks like it's glowing from within and Tremolo reminds me of gentle rain or water falling.

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  6. I always look forward to what surprises your pictures will have. They are always great!

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  7. very pretty flowers... I love the blues.... Dinimuendo looks 3D very cool looking

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  8. Wow. Really interesting collection of pictures. Inspirational..:)

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  9. I love, love love the corncockle shots! the colours are fabulous!

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  10. definitely amazing! the first photo is superb!

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  11. Really wonderful. Sometimes when I see my plants doing well, is like they are so happy and when the wind blows... that's when I think they are actually having a good time... ;-)

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  12. Beautiful shots, and I like the way you've set them all to music. My favorite is the nocturne.

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  13. I love the musical likenesses! My favourites are Diminuendo (love the magenta behind the blue), and Nocturne. And of course, Allegro non troppo!

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  14. Oh What A Wonderful Photo!! Really So Colorful !! I Enjoyed IT....Great..Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan

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  15. Very cool symphony! Great colours!

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  16. What a beautiful display of your flowers. Do you ever show wide shots of your gardens?

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  17. Stunning photos!I really like your photography.

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  18. Your colors are very effective! Beautiful photos! Love what you've done with them. Yes, the brownstones in Brooklyn are the real thing! :)

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  19. these shots are fabulous. that nocturne is wonderful. i am still stumbling along trying to figure out what i am doing!

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  20. What a wonderful idea! I think I like bolero the most (but I'm not sure since all parts are splendid)
    Ach and Allego non troppo is so sweet:)
    Superb post!

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  21. Thanks for stopping by again. It gave me the opportunity to admire your flowers a second. ...glad to stay in touch

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  22. Thanks for visiting my blog, so I could know yours.I loved your symphony and all the photos on your blog. They are wonderful!

    As you named your flowers, I supposed that you understand about music.

    You asked me if those tulips were from my garden. I wish they were!!!! They are from Regent's Park, in London. The photos were taken by my son, that had been there last april.

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  23. Beautiful flowers dancing to the beat of delightful music. Very excellent Post.

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  24. I can't believe you find so many interesting things to photograph! They're all beautiful and well done. The rite of spring is so funky!
    Yes I did get a lot of comments about selecting a camera. All helpful but I'm still very indecisive. I have a lot of options...

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  25. Just like a symphony, your flowers are moving...and to end with Angelina...well, what could be better:)

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  26. Thank you - my eyes can't get enough of these colors - I hear music - and it is beautiful! Thank you!

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  27. I never thought of musical likenesses to flowers before. How clever of you!
    I wonder whether they would play for my "Dance of the Water Lillies"? ;)

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  28. stunning. the colors, the photos, the creativity. well done. and yes, your comment about the bird and the statue on my site is so true. simplicity governs sometimes

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  29. An interesting way of naming them. After some thinking, I'll go for Nocturne.

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  30. You have a great blog and wonderful photos!
    Love also the banner, so cute!

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  31. Very nice macro!! The lighting and colors and really nice to look out. Very nicely done.

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  32. Very nice! The pictures are like paintings.

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  33. Thank you for your visit in our Mimo-grafia place. You live in very baeutiful place, full of flowers. It nice to see so exotic place for me. I think that our polish lanscapes are very exotic for you, aren't they? So I invite you to visit Mimo-grafia again.

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  34. What a wonderful set of lovely photos !! The flowers in different colors are really looking so cool !! I just simply loved this post...Great one..I am now your follower as i cant afford to miss even a single post...Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan

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  35. Hi Prospero !! The Botanical Name for the Holy Tree Is"Ficus religiosa".Thanks for comments on my blog...Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan

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  36. you have very lovely shots here..love them all esp. the colors..thanks for sharing..more pix here; Simply The Best
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