Friday, November 27, 2009

It's not what is there - it's what isn't.
























































29 comments:

  1. Hi Prospero...
    Hope you are having a beautiful day. I so love these pictures. The one with the little gecko(lizard) is my favorite. You always seem to capture at just the right second. What a wonderful job you have done.

    Thank you for sharing today. Have a beautiful weekend. Country hugs...Sherry

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  2. those grass seed heads (?) are magnficent.
    Again, miraculous photos.

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  3. Intriguing title and beautiful images as always. I especially like the little creature, the fruit and grass.

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  4. Hi Prospero, have you missed me ?? I have been so busy and had no time to blog or to visit anyone else's. The weather here is terrible and I haven't been able to get my asparagus trench finished.
    Lovely post and I like the photo of the little fruits growing up the stem, what are they ?

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  5. How profound...'tis so true. Often what we interpret as blindness is our inability to see what is NOT in our sight.

    As always, your delightful and thoughtful work, causes me to wonder and ponder.

    I especially enjoyed the lizard on the flower...

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  6. What a great group of pictures. I found myself studying each one. I love the ship on the sea!

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  7. Prospero, I like every picture of the sequence, from the little lizard to the charming fruits and the B&W flower. Another great post.

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  8. a beautiful post Prospero....
    have a beautiful end of weekend...
    bye...:o)

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  9. My favorite shot is the sailing ship. I love the contrast! Happy day to you:)

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  10. Some really beautiful,Wonderful and lovely shots !! Great post !! Thanks Prospero for Sharing..Unseen Rajasthan

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  11. Dear Prospero,
    NAMASTE!
    First time here n enjoyed the snaps a lot!hey,the fruits are our papayas commonly found in India.these are really dark green!the caption is simply beautiful.
    wishing you a wonderful Sunday,
    Sasneham,
    Anu

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  12. 2nd from the top... magical!!! Really beautiful shot!

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  13. I can not make a choice
    all your shots are VERY special today :-)
    You are very creative !!

    Meow meow ...
    I can see Angelina today :(
    hugs from
    Kareltje =^.^=

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  14. All your shots are beautiful, but I love most your plants and your ships. 2nd, 4th and 5th are pure poetry...

    And the creature on first image - nice, little flowers-loving lizard or baby-dragon? Better not to think too much...

    greetings, keep shooting so nice images :-)

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  15. That little lizard like creature is marvelous. You did some really special work here, again. The boat is magical, and the plume grass is special. Thanks for sharing such great artworks.

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  16. of course the first photo is my ultimate fave but i like the 'grass feathers' too. have a blessed Sunday!

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  17. Stunning images, and the colors are marvelous! Purple feathers, I love them!

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  18. Great shots as usual. I particularly like the sailing ship.

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  19. I had a wonderful time exploring your post - letting my imagination fill in the "what's not there" blanks. Magical, you know!

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  20. Beautiful photos of God's creation. Love the sail boat here the most. Missed Angelina :-( Nonetheless, have a blessed Monday :-D

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  21. Beautiful photos for this Monday morning!

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  22. Very Nice! Happy Monday to you. :)

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  23. Prospero, I think this is one of my favourite posts! Each photo is unique, love them all!

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    This is my blog : Blog for you

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  25. I've never seen a lizard on my Crape Ginger! That's an amazing shot! And papayas from an angle I could never have dreamed of. Lovely images--the grass, bloom and boat--all beautiful.

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  26. et elle ferme les yeux et l’eau l’emporte, la mer sans fin, elle n’a pas besoin de voir car elle connaît déjà le chemin, elle l’a suivi tant de fois dans ses rêves...

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  27. ummm a taste of the tropics.... are those wee baby papayas?

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