Friday, October 23, 2009

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37 comments:

  1. A wonderful series of photos, Prospero! Have a great weekend

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  2. The many, wonderful faces of youth!

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  3. Angelina when I see you I "STOP" always ;)
    ( I love your FLUFFY ears .... and I have missing you, BIG HUG from me =^.^= )

    Amazing collection Prospero !!!!!
    Very special combinations ...
    :)

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  4. FEATURE WONDERFUL !!!!! NO WORDS!!

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  5. Stop and stare:)
    Completely different but wonderful as usual!
    Have a good weekend.

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  6. I see some playful images and a stop sign. Stop taking life so seriously? Okay...:D

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  7. Neither past, nor future - eternal presence.

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  8. I love the photos, and the word 'stop' in association with childhood reminds me of being told to stop playing or reading in order to do something like homework! And often throughout life one has to stop doing creative artistic things to get mundane tasks done.

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  9. Beautiful pictures! I wish I could stop time so my girls could stay young forever.

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  10. it's like a small garden of faces

    =0)

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  11. You are brave. Kids are hard to present - you did it so beautifully, artfully! The eyes of the big girl are so full of dreams... Fantastic captures!

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  12. You have definitely 'stilled' them ;-) The third photo stopped me instead! I was imagining what the girl was doing...

    Have another wonderful weekend Prospero!

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  13. ou use the light for portraiture in a very advanced way. I'm impressed - once more.

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  14. Children and dogs are two of my most favorite creatures on earth! Fantastic shots:)

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  15. I am always impressed. I like how we can learn from others on the blog. I can never imitate but I can learn and add to my own skills. Thanks for the series, the really are still.

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  16. Beautiful,lovely and fantastic shots !! Nice work !! Thanks for sharing prospero !!Unseen Rajasthan

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  17. Great shots! I like them all!

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  18. wonderful light in these portraits!

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  19. You could not have pleased me more than with this entry.

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  20. Each of these have a sense of stop about them which is hard to describe with words. But I know what I feel in my heart when these photos fill my eyes. Wonderful.

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  21. fabulous portraits and theme. your talent is endless

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  22. i always take time to STOP and adore your great photography skills. Happy Sunday! :)

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  23. Nice set of images, Prospero. The motorbike acrobats are often seen here as well!
    Happy Sunday!

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  24. Small moments - fractions of moments - caught in time. I'm so glad you stopped to capture them. After all, life does go on and these brief glimpses will never happen again.

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  25. These are fabulous. Moments frozen in time, youth caught in the camera's eye. And always Angelina, so beautiful and captured forever in photos! :)

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  26. People are great subjects for photos. I really enjoy your people shots.

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  27. Beautiful snapshots, full of movement, color, details ...
    Stop, and let the time go...

    Thanks!

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  28. I admit I had to search for the STOP sign... :-)

    Perhaps I might stop too.

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  29. it's so fascinating to see you watching people - that gaze which has embraced the vegetation rhythm, how does it adjust to human beings? i love the girl dissolving in light, the frozen, suspended gesture of the other one, an end we will never know, only imagine, in love...

    "Roxana - On trouve toujours quelque chose, hein, Prospero, pour nous donner l'impression d'exister ?
    Prospero (impatiemment). - Mais oui, mais oui, on est des magiciens."

    Beckett wouldn't mind that, i am sure :-)

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  30. i sense a winter feel in the first two.

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  31. simply beautifully captured shots...lovely colours & the compositions!

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  32. I like how we can learn from others on the blog. I can never imitate but I can learn and add to my own skills.
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