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Saturday, July 25, 2009

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12 comments:

Brian Miller said...

wonder the story behind this one...seems to imply a fall from great height...

Cindybrown said...

Very pretty words, with kind of mysterious meaning. Nice photo. I love the background being dark. I missed your post from yesterday. Busy shopping all day. That was a beautiful pic of you and your son. I love the words to go with it. I have a 25 yr old daughter and a 21 yr old daughter. That time went by so fast! The love with have for our kids is just indescribable. Lorraine you are so beautiful:)

Devika said...

Beautiful photo Lorraine and words - mysterious as Cindy too says:)

love,
dev

Ken said...

Lorraine, I love all the different stages of the flower here. Not bloomed, full, withered. Great image.

Lorraine said...

Falling from the sky is pretty huge Brian lol thanks always ;)

2 girls , I only had the 1 boy, can't imagine all that girly stuff around lol thanks very much for the compliment but I assure you that I looked good until about I'd say 42...it's been downhill since and I mean down...lol

Dev, that's because my visitors understand so, so well ;)

Thanks so much Ken :)

Devika said...

haha, loved the way you said, Lorraine :))

dev

RBroeker said...

Great picture! I like the background very much, looks like a mixture of straw and mulch. It gives new layer to the glooming white and green.

Best wishes
Ralf

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

Fragrant stars. Lovely image. Do you know what kind of flower this is? I mean, "star plant."

ArleneWKW said...

I had to click on the photo to make it larger so that I could read the words. What a surprise. Both picture and words are startling beautiful in magnification.

I had to laugh at your comment to Cindy about "girly things." I had a girl and I missed out on that. Rachael was and, in a sense, forever is a tomboy.

Lorraine said...

Thanks a lot Dev, I'm glad you appreciated it ;)

Thanks very much Ralf for your beautiful comment :)

Hey Lynne, Star Plant should do it...no idea really ;)

Hi Arlene, thanks so much for your poetic comment some girls are some girly and others, less so :) I was neither girly nor tomboy, more bookish and quietly tending to my dools lol

The Dark Lord said...

A beautiful composition that is hauntingly intriguing.. and I see a striking connection between the whiteness of the moon and the flowers that lie...

Lorraine said...

so lovely what you say TDL, thank you again and again :)