iris

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a fragile fall...

 

catching...

 

a fragile fall...

 

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  • Suzanne
  • Canada
  • 13 Aug 2010, 02:21
...and with such a gentle touch
she landed
unfettered and free...
iris: ... on a caring hand
that broke her fall
and kept her safe... smile
this is dreamy and romantic
iris: smile I guess I put a little part of myself in it smile
Thats heavy rainsmile A beauty really.
iris: Heavy rain? smile I think I have to do some research now. Thanks for that, Nigel smile
  • Scarlet
  • The Netherlands
  • 13 Aug 2010, 12:52
How beautifull Iris.
iris: Thanks so much, Scarlet! Happy you think so smile
It looks like you are catching an angel, lovely smile
iris: Actually, that's not that far away from what I had in mind, Linda smile I'm happy that you saw it! smile
This is just utterly beautiful. (:o)
iris: Thank you so very much, Rosalyn! smile I'm really glad you think so smile
Â…catching a fragile fall
is difficult, but feasible
to retain what you caught
is totally another matter
it is like hanging on a dream
upon awakeningÂ…

You and Suzanne topped my day with your posts, Ms. Iris, by stepping into teh territory of exposed emotions. Such a rare thing nowadays in photography, especially here on shutter.
iris: "to retain what you caught is totally another matter" - So true, Viktor. It takes a very sensitive and caring hand to retain such a fragile gift. But with every gentle touch it will gain stability until it is strong enough to survive even a firm handle now and then.

Stepping into the territory of exposed emotions is definitely worth every effort of overcoming, when one sees, that it evokes deep feelings in other people.
and then...she released her soul to the wind.

I think you must know how much I love this Iris!
iris: ...weightlessly it soared through the skies
silently like a feather
unbounded was its flight
and severed every tether.

Yes, Cile, I might have an idea about that smile Thank you for letting me know!
How beautiful your words are, you have many gifts!
smiles back
iris: Cile, that is such a lovely thing to say! But you know what, it were your words and your works, that inspired me. So, thanks to you once again!
how in the world did you think this up iris?

top blooming notch and the work of a prosmile

stunningsmile
iris: You know, sometimes, when I'm thinking about someone or something, my mind builds up an image. Just like in this case smile
Have a good one today, Tim! smile
Wonderful image Iris
iris: I'm glad you think so, Edward. Thank you smile
  • Mal
  • United Kingdom
  • 12 Sep 2010, 22:56
Kerching! absolutely on the money, very well done. mal
iris: A heartfelt thank you, Mal! smile
  • Codrin
  • Romania
  • 25 Jan 2012, 23:51
I very rarely find that adding a texture to an image is doing justice...even if it's quite 'en vogue' these days...anyway, what I wanted to say is that this is one of the very rare cases (for me) when everything it just fits perfectly for creating such a touching image, where everything is just amplifying each already so intense feeling! Thank you so much Iris for sharing these pieces!
iris: I so know what you mean, Codrin. There are images with textures I really love and there was a time when I made my own textures and experimented with them, just to delete the final version in the end. In this case it felt indeed different for me and it makes me really happy to hear that you feel the same way about it. Thank you so very much for your always so special words, Codrin!

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