Friday, February 26, 2010

Sans Soleil


24 comments:

  1. The sun still shines beneath the layers of clouds and those clouds look like two puppies to me.

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  2. Wow!!
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    I see anilmal figures in those clouds ;)
    Almost mysterious !!!

    Hugs for Angelina
    from Kareltje =^.^=

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  3. tout simplement magnifique.

    (in front of such an image, everything turns into metaphors, and even the "inelegant" ones become full of grace)

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  4. Wow. I enlarged this picture, and my goodness. I see so many things here ... but mostly I feel the 'sans soleil' ... yep, definitely.

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  5. The sun seems to be trying to make it's way through. I love the lighting it creates on the clouds around it.

    The seeds you're starting sound really neat. I don't think any of those plants would grow here. Good luck with them and keep me posted on how they all do!

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  6. That looks like the kind of storm you get away from. Beautifully photographed though. Very nice!

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  7. Looks kind of dark and cloudy. Storm came? I hope there's regular sunshine at your place... for you and your beautiful plants :-D

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  8. Definately--Thank heavens darkness is only an absense of light. This photo gives me goosebumps...and fills my eyes.

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  9. I love this photo. You just need to look long and hard at it and it grabs your attention. Of course I understand about the award. In fact I have just made mine award free. It gets to be a hassle.

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  10. Marvelous. I was beginning to miss your photos.

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  11. hacia tiempo que no te visitaba me da mucho gusto hacerlo y ver que sigues con unas fotografias formidables, de maestro, un abrazo

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  12. ooop! Absence--I meant. (grin)

    This photo is profoundly moving.

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  13. such beautiful images as always. just gorgeous. I always enjoy seeing your site. we just returned from vacation in Tanzania, Africa so we will be doing a lot of catch up on everyone's websites this week. your talent is so great you should teach us your techniques through an internet class

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  14. This is grate. "Where is a nightjar?" ^^

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  15. Prospero,
    I bought sets and I don't seedling Pinguicula but Albuca and other plants are seedling.

    I had Dionaea muscipulas and I have Sarrasenia.
    Oh, do you have it too? ^^

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  16. Great capture! I'm having a hard time taking night shots..

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  17. Prospero Your photo's are always interesting, but I miss the info that you used to post on your garden when it was a 'garden blog' and where is Angelina ? is she OK ?
    I can see by the amount of blogs you follow that it must take up a lot of your time, but perhaps you could do a separate blog about your garden !. M x

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  18. One for the people who howl at the moon - the picture have got just the right "spooky" feeling.

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  19. Thanks for the reply you posted on my blog Prospero, I appreciate it. It would be good to see a photo of Angelina. I hope the winds die down soon for you. M x

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  20. Wow, your photos are awesome, very dramatic. Beautiful

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