Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Ariadne's thread

Ariadne's Thread










deserted











Poseidon









labyrinth










The way out












Minotaur














Crete











Helios












sleep









Pasiphaƫ














Is that the moon I see in your eyes?

45 comments:

  1. I was so sure I was a follower on your blog, and discovered I was not! I love your photos, you have a very special talent. So - now I am a follower, and will follow you a bit more than those times you leave a nice comment on my blog!

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  2. Hmm... no matter how much I kept going back and forth of this post, I am not bored. I kept looking at 'Helios'... this is probably what you see in my eyes he he... Very nice pictures as always ;-) Have a great day Prospero.

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  3. Crete is my favorite this time.

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  4. thank you for such spirited images as well as simple and quiet...I do enjoy your work~elk

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  5. Soooooooo Lovely shots,
    they all beautiful !!

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  6. Ooooh...aaahhhh....
    All these shots are so beautiful,
    but Angelina walking through the green & yellow is so soft & sweet:)

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  7. However do you decide which ones to place on the walls!? I love them all!

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  8. I love them all, but Crete and Labyrinth does it for me. Lovely Angelina shot.

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  9. Beautiful photos as usually! Today my very favourite is Poseidon - I'm impressed with this picture:)
    Take care!

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  10. Hard for me to pick a favorite today, they are all so different. I have to say thought I really like Crete (my in laws were just visiting there). It makes me want to keep going up the steps.

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  11. Great series of images. I love the lighting of Ariadne's Thread, the lines in labyrinth, and the color in Minotaur. Crete is my favorite because I cannot resist steps.

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  12. After seeing your photos I feel honored of your visit and subscription to my blog.
    I am a beginner but I hope to learn a lot from your blog!
    Thanks!
    :-)

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  13. oh, this is such an amazing concept! i feel taken by hand and led into the dark and breathtaking and burning heart of the myth. thank you!

    (have to come back in the morning, with a clear head, to ponder all the nuances :-)

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  14. Dear Prospero
    Marvelous, Mind Blowing,Mythical & Magical stuff with sub titles. I like the use of words from Greek Mythology like Minotaur, Vrete & Labyrinth. Pure joy & Bliss! You gave me a great start to my day.
    Thanks for dropping in & leaving comments on my blog. Pl continue to visit as often as you can.
    God Bless You. Have a nice day !
    Ram

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  15. The vibrant textured green in Labyrinth -- wow!

    And thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  16. All so beautiful, but if I had to choose a favourite it'd be Poseidon. Love the last shot too.

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  17. Absolutely stunning, as always. Peace of Mind is always present in all your pictures. Wonderful!

    Buenos Aires Photo

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  18. These are all superb. My favorite is Poseidon, too. And the final picture. Great job...

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  19. All the photos are fantastic, but I love Crete. It's gorgeous. Have a great day. ~Cindy

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  20. GREAT pictures!!! what are you doing with your peaches? i only have one tree but it looks like i should get about a bushel out of it.

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  21. Helios got my heart - the most powerful yellow to suit the sun god. The Minotavr was quite scary :) I would have taken a few step back before shooting :) Good thing you handed us the thread at the very begining to take us back to the safe place. Greek mythology is very inspiring and you hit again every right color and every righ position to pull the strings of our surprise!

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  22. Hello again! I have a tiny challenge for you at my blog! Nothing scary - simply for the fun of it! :)

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  23. Absolutely gorgeous series! The 1st shot is just stunning!!! Great work, Prospero!

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  24. You always say so much with so few and wonderful words. Your photos are both intriguing and beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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  25. Prospero, I understand completely, and of course I don't take i personally. I know that a lot has the same policy as you, that is why it sometimes is difficult to recieve an award - or participate in something like this! Thank you for your kind words - I am blushing here! :)

    A secret: I am actually concidering to take the same stand in this matter as you, for the future. Memes is fun for me, but awards and tags and so on - too much work finding who to pass it on to. It means you always have to leave someone out!

    Have a nice evening!

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  26. A beautiful and fantastic journey! I wish I could see all these images really large too. I particularly love Ariadne's thread

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  27. Very creative posts and I knew you've been to my blog to comment but I just couldn't come so soon, was too busy that time. Anyway, I'm here and really is appreciating your great photos.

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  28. A very beautiful and interesting post with the interpretation of Greek Mythology. You are spot on, Crete is wonderful and all the others as well!

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  29. WOW! Your photography is amazing!!!

    Angelina is ADORABLE! Papillon??

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  30. Your photos are amazing. Beautiful. Thanks.

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  31. Lovely snaps. I liked the last snap most.

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  32. Once again some really nice captures... great work!

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  33. Thank you for your visit to my blog. Your French is very good, but can I tell you a secret? I'm not born French either!
    There are so many photos on this post that it's hard to comment, but let le say that I like the green labyrinth very much - and also your use of colours.

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  34. Thanks as usual for your bouquet of flowers to brighten our days.

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  35. I liked that one - I'm going to Crete later this year.

    PS Thank you for the comment! No, we don't have sea-turtles. The picture was taken from a speedboat.

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  36. Love 'em all! Maybe "Poseidon" the best,just 'cause I like those kind of photos.

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  37. Ah, you are very talented. I like these very, very much.

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  38. You make such beautiful use of lines and colours... and darkness. Lovely!

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  39. So much here to like!
    Crete brought a smile, I love labyrinth, but Helios is an awesome image!

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  40. You caught marvelous light on your photos, especially Ariadne thread and Pasiphae. Poseidon is also great. I like your photos more and more.

    And of course we know Zanussi and his films :)

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  41. Absolutely amazing and surreal images. I'll be back!

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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