Mirror, mirror, on the wall...
Thank you for that picture of my favorite little hairy dog. I barely can call her a dog. She like Spunky rank right up there with best. An after thought I love your pictures. Alweays a challenge to figure some out.
Always a pleasure to see Angelina's sweet face and the other wondrous arrangements of colors and textures from your corner of the world.
That yellow sky photo is good! I like that image. And yellow flowers! I love your world!
cute dog and truly beautiful images !love all - wonderful -
Those are some beautiful pics. Love the colors and the unusual shapes and flowers. Great job.
Hello Prospero, Angelina, wonderful pictures ;-D Those little mushroooms look so cute together like that. And yellow blooms!
Superb photographs.An artist with a camera.
under the flamboyant tree, the world expands in infinite colours and shades... barefoot, i want to hide there and i want to blossom, one with the night.
photo #3 is perfect!
Dog's eye view... to precious.Jennhttp://www.momentsofelegance.com
Fantastic captures, mind blowing!
Oh, my. Oh. These all take my breath away. Such unusual depth of perspective--such beauty for the eye to feast upon. Lovely Prospero.
I was wondering--and felt worried. Now I know. I will let Clytie know, too. I'm glad you and all on the Island are alright, but the damage left behind must be incredible. Here in Oregon, it wasn't reported that there had been much damage from hurricane Igor. You are in our hearts and prayers.
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Great photos. Glad you didn't get hit to bad by the storm. I know you kept your little Angelina safe. Take care,
A charm and a suggestion that bring my mind in the dream world ...Thanks for this series, the last photo is really magnificent!
Beautiful images - as always! Love the sweet face of Angelina, but then I am a dog lover. The last one is really wonderful - you are an artist, no question about it.
siempre impresionante, un abrazo