Wednesday, November 16, 2011

did not exist


13 comments:

  1. hello prosperà ! truly beautiful ! like a
    painting !! love the shadows too !
    have a nice afternoon !
    bisous

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  2. Good morning, sweet Bro o' mine! This is a fantastic image. It fills my eyes to the brim. I wondered if you noticed the profile in the shadow? I love the title you chose for this one--as always, I am intrigued and thoughtful.

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  3. I really like this flower and your composition is very creative. It enhances it all into a wonderful work of art.

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  4. Beautiful and poetic! I love them:)

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  5. Well I'm not sure what "did not exist", but whatever it was you've done a fantastic job.

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  6. Nice angle. And I like this flower ;-D

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  7. Lovely flower and photo!
    And I adore the shots of that wonderful butterfly down below!

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  8. Hi Prospero, I wrote an article on how to grow Sarracenia... http://www.nst.com.my/life-times/live/living-death-trap-in-a-pot-1.1151

    I wouldn't have been able to do that without your guidance and kind advice earlier. THANKS!! :-D If you have anything that you would like from here, please let me know ok. Happy gardening!

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  9. But it did, or in this world of art - it existed in your mind and you transferred it to us.

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  10. Ładne zdjęcie kwiatka, który już w tym roku nie istnieje w przyrodzie w naszym klimacie. Pozdrawiam

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  11. I loved the music--the musician's explanation caused me to ponder. I have found music to hold the essence of the musician in its folds. Music is just notes--but when combined by a gifted person into a song--it becomes a glittering necklace of beauty to the ears. Does that make sense? When I hear music, I see pictures in my mind. These often wonderful visions are sometimes outside my own life experience--it is as though the one fitting the notes together writes a story of pictures for me. (grin)

    I have a friend who, when she visits, plays my old piano--and I watch the pictures she plays for me. I do some of my best artwork when listening to music.

    I am of a mind that music must be very important to the Creator. Even the stars sing, they tell us...music--such a mystery--such a wonderful part of our lives.

    Thanks for listening, sweet Bro! ((hugs)) Have a lovely evening--thank you for making mine special.

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  12. Love those colors and the warm, bright light. The pink background, the angle, the composition, and the strong rust colored shadows, are all so unexpected. The "simplicity" is beguiling.

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