Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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38 comments:

  1. As you know , I love that little dog but I think this particular posting of pictures is just great. The first is s delicate.

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  2. un beau post prospero....
    vraiment tres beau...que de finesse dans ton regard de photographe....
    prend soin de toi...:o)

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  3. Great faintly shots
    but Angelina is not faintly she is very strong
    :)
    The third and the last photo are my favorite
    and Kareltje's favorite is Angelina course !!
    =^.^=

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  4. These are all beautiful and meditative. With the exception of Angelina, I can imagine each of the close-ups as being a landscape to explore.

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  5. One can feel the hush. A whisper weighted with beauty. Somehow I hear the faint sounds of music--how is that possible?

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  6. Great shots. Superb lighting. One, four and six for me with Angelina superb as always.

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  7. Your images always brings certain feelings: joy, sadness, calm etc. I feel calm now. :)

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  8. I just don't know what to say anymore. there is so much tenderness and delicacy in the images, I am very glad you always show us sweet little Angelina to ground your work a bit.

    Actually, I shall add my name to your followers and be done with it.

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  9. I particularly like no 7, so beautiful with the light.

    And how the little bit of foliage coming in from the top on no 9 completes the composition - it would not have the same balance without it.

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  10. The first one can be a frosting on my cupcake - so perfect and light. Another passionate variety from you. The last one can decorate a bedroom - me like it.

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  11. I love how the pictures have such different lighting in each of them. The second one is so interesting. It almost reminds me of the center of a water lily.

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  12. The appearance of each plant here looks very unique through your lense. I like both the 'icy' look and the 'warm' look of the plants. But you chose what's best for each. Very good photos!

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  13. your eyes are gifted, Prospero. i like the first and 2nd to the last photos so much. another great series!

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  14. Prospero, I like so much the vibrant colors together with the soft tones in this fine sequence of images.

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  15. There's a surreal charm/look in all your pictures. The palm leaf...love the way it's photographed. And Angelina looks great in whatever way you capture her beauty.

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  16. I am so thankful for all the beauty that surrounds me. I can see that you are thankful for all the beauty that surrounds you too! Wonderful images, once again:)
    Love you too Angelina!

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  17. Beautiful! Hope you are doing well!

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  18. a beautiful collection, glad I came to hop in here.

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  19. The black and white photo of grass is outstanding! Of course I like them all but this one is special:)

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  20. Beautiful...beautiful..Prospero! I love all the different colors in your post..

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  21. Beautiful collection of images. I really loved the soft color in the first image.

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  22. hi there, i am hibernating in my photoblog. pls visit http://chersanz.blogspot.com/

    'will be posting my 31 photos later today. hope to see you there. :)

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  23. your images are always so inspiring and first class. i like your series today and always enjoy Angelina! I am glad you liked the Day of the Dead art on my site. it is unique

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  24. Every photo is a surprise! Well done again, Prospero!

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  25. each has a life of its own...in color and texture!

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  26. An excellent title for these photos!

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  27. Again, you have caught the feeling you were trying to convey. Beautiful!

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  28. She in paleness sought the secret air,
    To fade away like morning beauty from her mortal day.
    Down by the river of Adona her soft voice is heard,
    And thus her gentle lamentation falls like the morning dew...
    ...
    'Ah! gentle may I lay me down and gentle rest my head,
    And gentle sleep the sleep of death, and gentle hear the voice
    Of him that walketh in the garden of the evening time.'

    W. Blake

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  29. All are lovely! The first one is gorgeous.
    Love Angelina.
    Enjoy the weekend.

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  30. "Faintly, faintly..."
    But those straws got me!

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  31. Seeing things faintly is sometime the best way...one is forced to look more deeply into the heart!

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  32. Hi Prospero, poetry in pictures; your eye feasts on details...and
    Angelina has the cutest face.

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  33. I love that little dog but I think this particular posting of pictures is just great. The first is s delicate. Work From Home

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  34. Such a surreal, almost artificial series. Very, very beautiful!

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