Friday, September 4, 2009

Book of Spells




































































































39 comments:

  1. The third and fifth are my favorites.
    Awesome shots as always!
    I've probably expressed it before but I love your artistic eye. :)

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  2. Lovely colours especially the vivid orange and the red flower against the bright blue. Angelina looks a little ruffled ! is it windy there.

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  3. yes. you put a spell on us and now we come to your garden even in our dreams, unable to turn away.

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  4. Hello Prospero - I've been quietly lobbying for a little Papillon for years. We have a chihuahua/terrier mix in the house at the moment but when Mr. Tanner moves on with his "mommy" (our daughter) I'll be pushing again. Angelina is a sweetie.

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  5. Essa forma de fragmentar ... essa forma desses fragmentos de imagens Criar ... e depois juntar esses fragmentos para uma visão conjunta ... sim, é isso o fetiço do seu olhar ... isso é o feitiço das suas fotografias / imagens ... isso é o feitço do seu olhar / Jardim.

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  6. Photography 1 speaks to me, about what to leave and what not.
    Photography 2 speaks to me, about ability to pierce with words.
    Photography 3 speaks to me, about counting happy sunny hours.
    Photography 4 speaks to me, about destination to be choosen.
    Photography 5 speaks to me, about winding ways of future.
    Photography 6 speaks to me, about fragile beings around me.
    Photography 7 speaks to me, about caught by my own will.
    Photography 8 speaks to me, about favourite animal of my son.

    To decipher what these words spell, my work to do for the next day. Please have a nice weekend - thank you for this 'play of thoughts'.

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  7. Lovely pictures. I think his rash may be getting better. He has got to stay out of there. Worse than a kid.

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  8. These put a spell on me. All are amazing for such very different reasons. God bless.

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  9. Everywhere I look, I find radial symmetry!

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  10. Your minimal photos compositions are the max. You are so good!! I won't quit saying so as I really admire your work.

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  11. Very nice as always. I'm usually drawn to your flower or nature pictures, but I like the hand pointing in this series a lot too. Angelina looks as sweet as usual.

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  12. The last angel looks spellbound. I want to see more of this book it is entrancing the pictures pure delight.

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  13. I like the orange colour you have for the cobweb. But, a fly got caught? Probably caught in the dark earlier ;-)

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  14. Hi Prospero
    Awesome shots for the weekend ;)
    The boys finger is amazing.

    Now I understand from those "butterfly ears"
    Angelina has very fluffy ears ...
    But also FUNNY ears :)

    Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  15. The enigma variations, by Helgar, is the music for these images. Just beautiful!

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  16. i love photo nos. 3, 6 and 7... there is magic in them! amazing photography! i'm a great fan of your masterpieces!

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  17. Wonderful details! I especially like the frangipani/plumeria(?) flowers b&w shot!

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  18. I love the variety of colors in your images, the blues and yellows are amazing and set such a beautiful tone. Great work!

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  19. I'm simply enchanted:)
    Have a great weekend!!!

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  20. Prospero, these are poetic images, all very different and all very nice.
    Have a great Sunday!

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  21. Really awesome and fantastic shots !! I appreciate them all..Great..Unseen Rajasthan

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  22. Excellent. That beautiful little dog could put a spell on anyone!

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  23. Wow, they are all spellbinding, but the black & white shot is my favorite, except of course for your beautiful Angelina:)

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  24. indeed your post of photos has cast a spell on me. A spell of mystery and beauty.
    Spirithelpers

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  25. be present... pay attention... see... be...

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  26. Hypnotising photographs. The frangipani shot is awesome!

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  27. Stunning collection once again! Your pictures are full of enchanting mystery. I wonder where you find your inspiration.

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  28. A wonderful series, full of colors and forms
    different: very nice the sun blue but the
    white flowers have a amazing charm!
    Thanks!

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  29. That leaves look like pyton snakes - or even scarier copperhead or rattle snakes - very wild! Also that is a very meaty spider on that giant web - Halloween ready!

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  30. There is so much power in that finger!

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  31. Prospero. The Pitaya is also called Dragon fruit. Mine is red inside. Do you let it split before harvesting? This makes it very sweet and aromatic. My daughter has the yellow one of which she gave me a cutting, but has not yet had fruit.

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  32. Fantastic shots! I love the angle in your photos as always..Sorry I haven't been around a while..Life pulls me in every directions!

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  33. and the finger points to where.......?

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  34. color and shapes abound with one more wonderful than the next!

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  35. the shots are lovely...specially love the broken glass window :))

    your talking though your lense...need I say more? :))

    best always
    -nivi

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  36. Sweet:) Your pictures are great:) Now i'm goin for a walk to see this flower in real life.

    Greetings:)

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  37. I love how you named this series Book of Spells. Each picture contains a mystery. A web of intrigue. I am spellbound. Again.

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