Mirror, mirror, on the wall...
HI Prospero, these photo's are excellent, I swear you get better by each post. The lighting is always so good. Is that building a prison ? it looks like it might be. Thanks for the comment on my blog, I always look forward to your comments. It's like an old friend dropping by.
Hi, lovely shape of the pomegranate; I planted a small tree this year, but no fruit yet. Your third image is the most puzzling to me. It looks like an abandoned place, yet there appears to be a light on inside. Neat!
As always, you have wonderful photo's. I like the design and the textures you contrasted your subjects against.
Your photos are a wonderful mix between the abstract and figurative! You have a playful talent.
Como as fotografias mostram, cada enigma por uma planta floresce, com o "olhar" misterioso de Próspero. Excelente série. Como as fotografias mostram, para cada um puzzle planta floresce, com o "olhar" misterioso Próspero. Excelente série.
Your photos are so cool. I have to really work to figure some out. I am glad that Spunky did not catch that toad. I thought he was just getting a rabbit scent.
Oh I love the colors in this series, and the fishing net(?) is such a fantastic one!
i am miles away in photography! you always produce excellent photos! just how do you do that? for a newbie like me, i just can't figure out. (*blush*)#1 is my favourite#3 is indeed puzzling
Hello Prospero, how are you today? I like those venus traps but they are expensive here. The photo made the traps look alive. Angelina taking a rest? Have a great day!
I really stopped to gaze at it - behind the broken glass, behind the peeling paint, behind the bars - there is a soft gold warm light - is it a ghost or is it a real presence! Fascinating! May be it is the creature with the skin like a Moon valley?
Your images, as always, are so emotional. Love the water drops...love your muse, Angelina:)
Very soothing shots! Gorgeous structures in shots #2 and #4. Fascinating macros!
I am looking at your photo on pomegranate... like a jar hanging upside down. ~bangchik
Lovely and provocative images. Thank you so much. And congratulations on your well deserved POTD mention at authorblog.
I love these. As I scroll down I always wonder what will be next. The lighting in these are amazing. Lighting is something I haven't figured out yet, but your pictures inspire me to keep working on it.
wonderful pics. each one begs a story. congrats on the POTD mention!
Okay, you must teach photography!!
Aaaah you made POTD? Congratulations! I always knew David has great taste!
I like the blueish coloured one best - it is mysterious and yet looks happy!
It's the right title! One can look at these pictures and come up with a variety of meanings...it's an enigma!
I feel completely enchanted by how you see the world. Spirithelpers
Amazing detail shots! But I'm intrigued with the 4th photo... What is it? :-) Love the little carnivore too!
Loved them all...the pomegranate shot is awesome!
Your photo's are excellent,so peaceful shots :)Angelina looks cool todaywith her Butterfly Ears.... :)
coucou prospero....un petit bonsoir du soir...:o)j'espère que tu vas bien...belles et énigmatiques photos ...je crois que ton titre est a lui tout seul une énigme....:)cette série me fait penser je ne sais pas vraiment pourquoi a ces trésors précieux que l'on garde au fond de soi....tres joli...a bientot...amitiés..take care of you...
I too love the designs and textures. I feel immersed in your beautiful world when I look at your pictures. And I love the way the pup has the last word.
Wonderful mix of snaps.
I love how you catch the light and the colors..
i wonder how Lucian Blaga could write the following poem without knowing Prospero's garden :-) I will not crush the world's corolla of wondersand I will not killwith reasonthe mysteries I meet along my wayin flowers, eyes, lips, and graves.The light of othersdrowns the deep magic hiddenin the profound darkness.I increase the world's enigmawith my lightmuch as the moon with its white beamsdoes not diminish but increasesthe shimmering mysteries of night --I enrich the darkening horizonwith chills of the great secret.All that is hard to knowbecomes a greater riddleunder my very eyesbecause I love alikeflowers, lips, eyes, and graves.
You really seduce the viewer with your photographs. Prospero's variations. The images are so beautiful, that I dont need to know what they are about. They pull me in.
Great pictures as always
I find all of nature and a great portion of mankind is quite enigmatic. This is what you offer to us ... sometimes it's easy to overlook.
I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.