Friday, October 22, 2010

Rhapsody in the Key of Petunia


























































































































































15 comments:

  1. a wonderful set of images Prospero ! love all
    of them! have a lovely weekend ! bisous

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  2. Beautiful botanical mystery tour!

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  3. Beautiful rapsody! The photo with the raindrops is delighful!
    Have a great weekend:)

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  4. I love them. they are alive!

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  5. The pics look so different this time. The first pix is really appealing! I like how each object is wonderfully emphasised.

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  6. Just so pretty. But you just can not make anything better than Angelina

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  7. Gershwin would have been proud.

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  8. Brilliant capture the first shot.
    Great series.

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  9. What an exquisite song it is. I can hear it playing in my heart ...

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  10. Coucou ..
    Ton travail photographique est de plus plus beau Prospero...
    Je t'envoie toute mon admiration..

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  11. really pretty but you know who is the prettiest of all.

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  12. Here at the fountain's sliding foot,
    Or at some fruit-tree's mossy root,
    Casting the body's vest aside,
    My soul into the boughs does glide :
    There like a bird it sits and sings,
    Then whets and combs its silver wings ;
    And, till prepared for longer flight,
    Waves in its plumes the various light.

    Such was that happy garden-state,
    While man there walked without a mate :
    After a place so pure and sweet,
    What other help could yet be meet!
    But 'twas beyond a mortal's share
    To wander solitary there :
    Two paradises 'twere in one
    To live in Paradise alone.

    How well the skillful gard'ner drew
    Of flowers and herbs this dial new ;
    Where from above the milder sun
    Does through a fragrant zodiac run ;
    And, as it works, th' industrious bee
    Computes its time as well as we.
    How could such sweet and wholesome hours
    Be reckoned but with herbs and flowers!

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  13. They are all so pretty. The lighting is so pretty, reminds me of when we had sun. It seems so long ago now.

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  14. Just beautiful as usual. Thank you for the BDwishesand spunky got to lick our ice cream bowls. And somehow a kittle piece of cake dropped on the floor.

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