Tuesday, October 20, 2009

the blue turtle's journey




















































































34 comments:

  1. I have to say amongst your best thus far!!!!!

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  2. Looks like the turtle's rate of travel is perfect for contemplation.

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  3. It does look like a peaceful journey with no one looking like they are in a hurry. Great pictures as usual.

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  4. Love the motion of the people in these shots. They are relaxing, but still interacting with people around.

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  5. All lovely Propero, but the second shot is perfect, I love portraits that only show part of the face. An interesting group of photo's. BUT where is Angelina ??

    Doc

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  6. hello Prospero...
    toujours le même plaisir de retrouver tes images....avec leurs parfois imperceptible mystère...cette ambiance qui t'est propre et qui rend magique ce moment ou l'on découvre tes photos...j'ai beaucoup aimé dans tes post précédents "eden"...magnifique...
    a bientot..et merci pour ta visite...:)

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  7. AH

    (as if you had known i was travelling this week, your images finding me in an unknown place, my words returning to you through the haze of cold and shadowy rain)

    words, i say? no, my speechlessness.

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  8. These photos bring back memories of impressions from journeys I have been on, and that feeling one gets of partial inertia/partial alertness. One wonders what the thoughts are of the people who gaze out of the windows.

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  9. superb portraits that evoke contemplation. very well done

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  10. Nice shots! The journey must have been too short for you ;-)

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  11. Different faces along the journey. Wonderful captures.

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  12. a journey to cherish... nos. 1, 3 and 6 are my faves.

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  13. Cloudy skies, rain, a journey. Gives enough time to contemplate on (the complexities(?) of) life!

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  14. Nice! I love your Eden post too..

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  15. Wonderful photos, Prospero! The faces expressed so much. I love the colors in each picture!

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  16. You've made a remarkable coverage of the ferry(?) journey! Wonderful portraits!
    Thank you so much for the plant list, Prospero!

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  17. You have a very interesting blog.
    Greetings from creativity and imagination photos of Jose Ramon

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  18. Wonderful enigmatic portraits and thoughts.

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  19. You are always finding ways to take very dramatic photos. I love them.

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  20. We all see the same things differently; our perceptions are colored by our background and our experiences. That need not make us enemies but can help us to better understand each other and work together to make this a better world.

    Excellent series.

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  21. Ah hah, I almost missed this one. It is a busy life. I like your handling of the portraits. They each have a very sensitive expression. Very good to see them.

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  22. Prospero, this form of photography, showing just enough for our minds to travel through the senses ... I appreciate a lot.
    I like traveling very much in your blog

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  23. Marvelous silhouettes yet again. I believe 1 & 6 are my favorites. I'm in a yellow-loving mood I guess.

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  24. Different people, different personalities, but all have unique great minds waiting to be explored!

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  25. I like the way each photo gives the impression of movement, while each subject is still and contemplative. I'm not sure how you do that!

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  26. I love your gift of catching moments. So many moments--small ones, large ones--but since each moment will never be again, a significant moment.

    And who is the blue turtle????

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  27. Thanks for taking me on this journey. That' a terrific series. I like them all!

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  28. Prospero, your eclectic photography is a pleasure to see.

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  29. I feel your photos are like sing from the heart.

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