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Zyryality: The Day Her Tears Fell Down On Petals

Zyryality: The Day Her Tears Fell Down On Petals

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  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Sep 2009, 00:15
Natural lenses
vz-nostalgia: Compared to the unnatural ones you look at this picture through, Chris? smile
Natures jewelery. Lovely.
vz-nostalgia: can't put a price tag on them, though, Edward. smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Sep 2009, 01:11
"Cry me a river"
vz-nostalgia: or "now you say you're sorry" smile
  • k.a.
  • s.a.
  • 29 Sep 2009, 01:24
vz-nostalgia: I think you're getting sentimental, Ms. K.A.
I'm afraid my style is far from Monet style, or impressionistic style in general. Though, it seems, the photograph has managed to impress you. smile
  • k.a.
  • s.a.
  • 29 Sep 2009, 01:32
ah!! forgot to tell you that the intro of "approximate mood swing no 2" from the art of noise would go well with this picture as the piano simmulates the falling drops...what do you think?... wink
vz-nostalgia: I don't remember. I need to look it up. Ms. K.A.
  • Ada
  • United States
  • 29 Sep 2009, 02:41
I don't know how you do it, but I love it... smile
vz-nostalgia: ...a little bit of Russian magic, Ms. Ada. smile
The bokeh is wonderful, I'm patiently waiting for gravity to release one of the drops.
vz-nostalgia: I might join you in your waiting, Ms. Lyndah. This could be fun. Like watching the movement of clock hands. smile
Excellent macro, great details, colors and DOF!
vz-nostalgia: I see you are onto a technical side of things, Andrei. smile
  • Eliza
  • Tanzania
  • 29 Sep 2009, 07:01
this is such a eyes, jewels...the perfect moment of stillness. nature needs no help does it, it comes up with such exquisite things with (luckily) no help needed from ourselves smile
vz-nostalgia: looks like every time we try to help nature, we mess things up, Ms. Eliza. smile
Ange just walked in and said that from a distance this looked like a butterfly.
vz-nostalgia: It has never accured to me to compare this to a butterfly, Bill. Ange has a good imagination. smile
  • paul
  • Yorkshire
  • 29 Sep 2009, 08:17
how beautiful
vz-nostalgia: like many things in nature, Paul.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Sep 2009, 08:56
My first impression was: Big dark eyes are looking at you- (Bill' Ange is right!)- a very refined pic, indeed -accompagnied by some melancholic words- but I see more the freshness and the colourful liveliness of rain droplets on petlas (than 'tears'- who is 'she', only yourself might know!).
vz-nostalgia: I have no control of what people might imagine looking at my images, Ms. Philine. I'm always glad, when it is different from the image I built in my mind. smile
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Sep 2009, 09:54
Nature is crying. Beautifully delicate image viktor. You are the master at finding unusual beauty in the smallest of things.
vz-nostalgia: on which I say a banal thing, Ms. Ingrid: it's all around us. smile
good clearity
vz-nostalgia: It was a pefectly clear day, Ms. Chantal, no tunderstorm, no snowstorm, no sandstorm...
Or could it be that this time you just put your glasses on? smile
  • Conrad
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Sep 2009, 11:27
vz-nostalgia: Nostalgia is a praise free zone, Conrad. As you are a first time offender, I will magnanimously forgive you. smile
vz-nostalgia: Well, women cry more often than men, as it was scientifically proved by Rita Carter
(I knew this long before her book), so you tell me, Ms. Dori. smile
Very clever image.
vz-nostalgia: Really? What is so clever about it, Ms. Bernie?
superb Victorsmile
vz-nostalgia: I am, Tim. smile Modesty? What is that? smile
  • Fabrice
  • France
  • 29 Sep 2009, 19:49
What eyes !
vz-nostalgia: Mine or hers, Fabrice? smile
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 29 Sep 2009, 20:44
You see things that most of us would never notice, time for me to slow down and enjoy the small things. This is a great start smile
vz-nostalgia: :
zed: ...time for me to slow down and enjoy the small things...
vz: It will happen naturally, zed, give it 10 more years. smile
  • Mary MacADNski
  • Beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada
  • 29 Sep 2009, 22:49
I've been here twice today. The shot is compelling as eye shapes are - to babies and to me.
vz-nostalgia: babies? Who are your babies, Ms. Mary?
this one took my breath away...
vz-nostalgia: I'm sorry, Larry. I didn't mean to. smile
excellent, what more can I say??
vz-nostalgia: I don't know. You tell me, Rob. smile
dori: can tears make one see things more clearly?
VZ: Well, women cry more often than men, as it was scientifically proved by Rita Carter
(I knew this long before her book lol), so you tell me, Ms. Dori.
dori: well superb viktor(loved that lol) its not a matter of quantity, who cries more is irrelevant, one time crying episode of a man can be more intense and revealing...i visited the link, liked the jaffa cakes smile
vz-nostalgia: smile Jaffa cakes maybe good for your brain, but you got to watch your waist line, Ms. Dori. smile
  • Ti
  • United States
  • 30 Sep 2009, 14:21
Now you're making Mariana cry, don't be so harsh on her... smile
vz-nostalgia: Yeah, like I have nothing else to do... smile
  • Alan Rolfe
  • Zion National Park, Utah
  • 1 Oct 2009, 04:59
Very clever and well edited.
vz-nostalgia: I have no idea what you are talking about, Alan. smile Seriously.
  • Brian
  • Melbourne
  • 1 Oct 2009, 09:01
vz-nostalgia: what was it that impressed you here, Brian?
vz-nostalgia: Benedict Carey once wrote in New York Times that tears are our "emotional perspiration". smile "Tears can cleanse, all right. But like a flash flood, they may also leave a person feeling stranded, and soaked". smile
10 years is a long time to do it on your own, Ms. Toun. Try to find a Russian Magic workshop in Lagos. smile
  • Erika Morgan
  • United States
  • 2 Oct 2009, 14:19
I think of dragon tears when I see this picture. The leaf reminds me of a scale.
vz-nostalgia: that is an unusual take on this, Erika. A 180 degrees reverse on my thoughts, but I like it. smile
  • Sandrine
  • United States
  • 12 Oct 2009, 03:12
vz-nostalgia: That is exactly what I said before I pushed the shutter. smile
  • Laurie
  • United States
  • 12 Oct 2009, 21:00
The middle droplet looks like an eye. Very intriguing and quite beautiful.
vz-nostalgia: Apparently, you meant the iris of an eye, Ms. Laurie. It most certainly does. smile
  • dastodd
  • United States
  • 26 Dec 2009, 18:53
I love this photo - the drops along the bottom edge seems as if they are about to go sliding off
vz-nostalgia: my pleasure, dastodd. Glad you enjoyed it.
soo vivid.. well captured..
shuld get this 2 some day, will keep trying

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