Friday, June 25, 2010

Prospero's Island
































































































































































































































































17 comments:

  1. So very pretty and unusual. Thank you for the kind words. I knew you would understand. LKets hope both of our pets live pain free and as long as possible for us.

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  2. Hi Prospero, I enjoyed looking around your island. The land and seascapes, architecture, boats and plants are all wondrous. And, I love what you've done with the agapanthus. :)

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  3. right now the clouds, the sea and the frail petunia breath seem to sing with the same voice - and this music fills me, endless words are being born within, right this moment -

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  4. 'Tis a gorgeous isle. Makes me miss my tropical climate and sea breezes a bit.

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  5. Everything you see is so beautiful! It's definitely a wonderful place to be. The last pic with the big sky is unique. And the photos of the plants are so good.

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  6. Your foggy little island, wrapped in mystery and suspense ... a haunting place to watch the boats on the water, heading to somewhere else.

    I envy you your bounteous fruits and flowers, and your overall peace!

    Angelina must love your island as well!

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  7. Great series of shots, well captured - the moods and the colors.

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  8. Gorgeous!
    Do you make post cards or something?
    Beautiful colors.

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  9. What kind of plant is the one about in the middle with the purple flowers? I saw one that looked a lot like that in a hanging basket. I ventured to look at the price tag and it was 39.99. I went and bought my blossom set for my poor tomato plant but I would have given a lot to have that plant.

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  10. Lovely collection again Prospero. The simplicity of the boats on the water contrasts well with the more sombre landscapes. Beautifully photographed.

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  11. Prospero's Island sports such exquisite loveliness. There's a story to be told with each of these--a delightful story--and as many moods as I can think of. Wonderful, Prospero--these photos fill my eyes--which is the greatest compliment I can give.

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