Friday, November 6, 2009

Everything is blooming

most recklessly; if it were voices instead of colors, there would be an unbelievable shrieking into the heart of the night.

Rainer Maria Rilke









































































31 comments:

  1. I love the flowers but as you know , my favorite dog.

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  2. Aaaaaahhhh...there's sometimes only a sigh will do. Your work always has that effect upon me. So elegantly simple, so unbelievably thoughtful. And I love seeing your little buddy--who is gorgeous as always.

    These photos fill my eyes--which, as you know, is the greatest compliment I can give.

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  3. Stunning photos. I especially like the first one. You have such a pretty baby dog.

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  4. These each are so great. I like how you play with the shapes to create a background in similar form. Sweet dog, that he is.

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  5. Beautiful as always. I just figured out how to change the shutter speed on my automatic camera this week.

    Flash 55 - Holiday Preparations

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  6. Beautiful two tone shots.The various shades and tints of the colour works extremely well.

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  7. Really enjoyed the quote and every one of the images. Angelina looks soft and quiet.

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  8. First and fifth shots are a treat!

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  9. coucou Prospero...
    il est d'etranges soirs ou les fleurs ont une ame.....
    une belle et delicate serie...
    je te souhaite un bon weekend...
    a bientot..

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  10. I think if your photos were voices instead of colours, they would be a wonderful harmony and serenity of sound. The first photo would be two violas. The second, distant flutes or panpipes.

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  11. you never fail to capture the beauty of your dog in different angles. he's my favourite this time. the 1st, 2nd and last photo comes next respectively.

    have a great weekend, Propero!

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  12. this time only i'll dare disagree with rilke and say that there would be a magnificent chorus.

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  13. As always Prospero,
    You never stop amazing me. Your talents go to the furthest limits and back. I love these photos today. Especially the one of your little dog. How sweet is that?

    I also love the pic of the ducks. They have all gathered for a meeting it appears. You never know which one called it, as they are all trying to talk over the other. Got to love it.

    Thanks for sharing. Please stop by and say hi. I would so love to share my Pink Post with you. Country hugs, Sherry

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  14. I would like to imagine that if those beautiful blooms have voice, they will be joyfully singing aloud :-D It is always wonderful to see nature at its best.

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  15. If we had not the heart for understand,
    all this would be useless?

    Thanks, beautiful series: the fourth photo is fabulous!

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  16. Unique shots!! The first is lovely. Love that anthurium!

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  17. delicate, like the faintest water colours, except for the first photo, which is not my favourite.

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  18. Wonderful photos! The light and shade in your pictures are just marvelous..

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  19. That first foto is truly a revelation....like it so much Prospero.

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  20. this time, your dog is my favorite!

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  21. So charming soft images, Prospero. A dream sequence.

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  22. Unique bloom shots
    but Angelina is our favorite....
    We love especially her ears ;-)
    Your words are wonderful written !!
    Have a relaxing sunday
    :)

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  23. Wonderful shots! All with perfect lighting.

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  24. I like your quote! That's how it feels when the garden is blooming in the summer here. You have some beautiful blooms here, that first one is so pretty and unusual.

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  25. the second paleness, that is where i will always come to hide, breathing your colours. most recklessly breathing, until they become my night.

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  26. You know how to catch the best of every color...I love all..

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  27. Photos of fragments of a dream executed with a dreamy and somewhat gloomy perfection. The softness highlighted the nostalgic and dreamy atmosphere. It's like the kind of hazy vision I get after taking antidepmeds from www.OrderDrugs.ca before I actually fall into a deep slumber.

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  28. I thought a rose is a perfection - but that pink couple of blooms in the first shot is sexier then most of the roses I've seen.

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  29. Great images! And Rilke is one of my favorite poets.

    PS: You asked about "Hombre mirando al sudeste" by Eliseo Subiela. Well, I love this movie, it's in my DVD collection. Have you seen "El lado oscuro del corazon"?

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  30. But there is light and joy of colors, screaming into the full day...

    Thought pastel, the colors are vivid to the viewers and the mood is very artistic. Congratulations, very good captures.

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