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Brasil about 8years ago said: What a blessed garden to stay and to take care, Dear Jim...
We can see a delicate work and a very sensitive view.
Thank you. This is spectacular... ; )
Somewhere about 8years ago said: What a blessed garden to stay and to take care, Dear Jim... We can see a delicate work and a very sensitive view. Thank you. This is spectacular ... ; )
India about 8years ago said: Beautiful combination of colors, back light and everything. Great capture.
Nebraska about 8years ago said: Thank you dear friends for those kindest of comments. Mimi is my magical bride of 25 years. The filamentous plant is fennel, Christine. Mimi plants it to attract swallowtail butterflies which lay their eggs thereupon. Unfortunately, the young caterpillars are easy prey for attentive birds, but such is the cycle of nature.
N.Y. USA about 8years ago said: Great shot Jim! Beats sitting in concrete and brick any day. One is grateful for the nature that is still there for us albeit viewed on the computer.
Italy about 8years ago said: Dall'icona, ancor prima di ingrandirla, si capiva che era una gran foto. Bellissima, Jim. Con quel raggio di sole perfettamente colto ci fai entrare in paradiso. Capolavoro
B.C. Canada about 8years ago said: One of the best. It looks ethereal. Thank you Jim, for sending it to NPOD to be viewed by the many. It deserves more than lots of comments.
Australia about 8years ago said: Whoever Mimi is, she is a blessed being to live in such an enchanted garden. And you my friend, are a true artist with the camera. Is that horsetail behind the lily?
I wish I was a butterfly...:)