Tuesday, November 10, 2009

the floating bridge of dreams















25 comments:

  1. Interesting piece of fruit. Lovely.

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  2. A dream can dream a wonderful thing.
    A dream can dream fantastic things.
    A dream can dream happy things.
    But... most of all ...
    Dreams can dream.
    :-)

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  3. Like these photos, some of my best dreams have a hint of that color. But they are hard to touch--a kind of floating bridge which ties that dream world to the real one. Dreams often have depth to them--sometimes unseen, but without which we would all go mad.

    As always, your photos fill my eyes and cause me to ponder.

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  4. I love pomegranate juice...it's delicious! The open fruit makes a great image.

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  5. That pomegranate looks luscious, like jewels.

    Blast from the Past

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  6. OH

    why do you do this to me, magician -

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  7. That is quite a shot of the pomegranate. We don't have them around here but I did recognize the shape. Great colors.

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  8. you do have a magic touch. both photos are my faves. :)

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  9. Those pulps really look very juicy and fresh. I would love to have a bite :-D

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  10. I love the pomegranate and the pomegranate coloring of the second picture. My oldest daughter was just eating one today, and we have the juice splatterings to prove it :)

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  11. Those look like pink pearls or gems if this was a dream! Nice pictures!

    I have an invitation for you to join the World Photo Bloggers

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  12. This is one of the best pomegranate pic I have seen lately..

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  13. Wow! This fruit is so ripe and juicy the color splashed on the image below. Fascinating as always!

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  14. Oh wow, that first photo is magical Prospero. You do it well, a great artist and photographer.

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  15. Gloom, thoughts, light.
    Two fine compositions, Prospero.

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  16. Amazing colours and composition. Do you use colour filters on the camera or in your software ? whatever you do it works beautifully.

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  17. The pomegranate shot is amazing!!!!

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  18. I saw a winding foot bridge in the pomegranate right away. The second photo ... I guess to my eye I see the silhouette of a person gazing up at what could be the outline of a bridge above. Beautiful, by the way.

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  19. The best pomegranate shot I've ever seen! Gorgeous!

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  20. tu vois, j’ai dû manger moi-aussi une ou deux graines de cette grenade, puisque – même si je le voulais - je ne serais jamais capable de quitter ce jardin d’au-delà du monde connu, presqu'au-delà du monde imaginé...

    (mais tu le sais déjà, tu le sais déjà)

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  21. Very attractive and different.

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