Tuesday, December 8, 2009

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31 comments:

  1. Wonderful! I simply love the green picture - took my breath away!

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  2. Delightful and thought provoking post, love it!

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  3. Colors, shapes and perhaps aggregate memory
    that are distant dreams ...
    Wonderful series!!!

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  4. All beautiful and fantastic photos, Prospero! The colors, again, amaze me!

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  5. I love the second one all in green. It looks so serene and yet so strong.

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  6. The second last and fifth pic is my favourite Prospero. More water, no/less sky is special. I wonder what that child is thinking??? Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  7. Deep, rich, beautiful! I still love you Angelina!

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  8. So very attractive and Angelina is the best. Pictures without here are unfinished.

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  9. I love the green photo too...but all are wonderful photos Prospero.

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  10. Love your water images. And that common weed looks so exotic here! Beautiful!

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  11. Terrific! I really missed your blog:)

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  12. The 'minimalistic' shots are my favourites on this post! Awesome indeed!

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  13. I always enjoy seeing your pictures with water. They have such a calm feeling about them. The flower is another favorite.

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  14. I really like your title. It is so fitting for you captures of still.

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  15. Great series. Your illustration of the Aristotle's first cause that set the Universe into motion is very interesting, sometimes surprising...
    And photos themselves - my peronal best are 1 (the switch), 3 (the flower) and 6 (the child).

    Greetings

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  16. Great shots again Prospero. I would love to be able to follow your path of thought.

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  17. I love all the bleu shots :-)
    Very special all ....

    Meow.. meow..
    Hi Angelina you are looking
    very fluffy today !!!
    Love you meow..meow..
    Hugs Kareltje =^.^=

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  18. I love the very simple ones. There's so much in them, like a zen sand garden.

    Car Goes Boom

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  19. la serie entera increible, las dos primeras soberbias, un saludo

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  20. Wonderful post, Prospero.
    I like so much the green and the blues (images 2, 5 ,7).

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  21. Deep, gorgeous colours, poems in photography!

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  22. is there a way to tell how the intense vibrancy of these colours, their pure density, has changed within me into music ? (and it is almost impossible to accomplish that).

    you know, dear one, the first time i looked, late in the night, even later than now, i think, slowly scrolling down, it seemed to me that i was met by a girl in the third picture, a nymph emerging from that impossible green, like the heart of the flower, her back turned to me, her reddish hair undone, flowing over her shoulders. and through my tired lashes, the image took countless forms - so many stories - and i closed the eyes to continue to dream.

    (and i thought again of Lorelei, though you haven't come to see her face on the Bridge, when i showed it to you :-).

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  23. Fantastic series ... unmoved mover. Quite appropriate, I think.

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  24. I love the shot of the light switches. We have one just like it at the bottom of our back stairway--there is one which does not move--only it has tape over it!!

    I thought the flower looked like a girl with her back to us, hair cascading down her back. Just lovely--so beautiful.

    I think your photos illustrationg the unmoved mover has a sense of silence, strength and yet somehow purpose--the mover who's mind is made up...

    As always your work causes me to think and ponder.

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  25. And as always, I love the little furry unmoved Mover. (grin)

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  26. Lovely collection of images. I love the variety of colors. Happy Holidays!

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  27. Hi Prospero, I'm just popping by to say have A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and I hope the New Year brings you all you wish for yourself.
    Maureen x

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  28. You may not think you are missed--but you are. I'll be watching for your next post!

    Take care and I pray all is well with you.

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