Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Sweet Mystery


"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious.


It is the source of all true art and science.


He to whom this emotion is a stranger,
Who can no longer pause to wonder
And stand rapt in
Awe,


Is as good as dead:

His eyes are closed."


Quote from: Albert Einstein

29 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and a wonderful quote by Albert Einstein. It looks like thaw is setting in in your corner of the world. Spring is on its way.
    Bye,
    Marian

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  2. Good morning, Rosemary!
    Still you surprise wonderful and interesting photographs.
    They are very beautiful.
    I love quotes Einstein.
    She kisses.
    Lucia

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  3. Hello Rosemary,
    Good shots!!
    Wonderful that twinkle in the frozen waterdrops. Very nice to see how you phographed this so well. Wonderful!!

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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  4. WOW....these are XCELLENT photo's..... so nice photographed Rosemary.

    Greetings, Joop

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  5. Great pictures, very nice shot, Rosemary.
    Greetings Irma

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  6. I might not join Einstein on everything, but certainly on this quote so well chosen to fit your beautiful photos, Rosemary!
    Truly inspirational!
    Congratulations for such a good eye!
    Cheers!

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  7. beautiful, love it how the drop looks like it goes through the branch in the first photo..

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  8. Absolut wonderfull pictures and good images,looks very nice!! Look forward to see more:)

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  9. Gorgeous! Simply breathtaking shots Rosemary.
    The 2nd picture looks like a teardrop from curly wet eyelashes!
    Remarkable indeed and I could see your snow covered garden from the reflection on it.
    Well done :-)

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  10. On pourrait penser que cette fleur verse une larme... mais je pense plutôt que la nature se drape de diamants !... Merveilleuses photos.
    Gros bisous

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  11. I pity the dead, who cannot see. You, Rosemary, see beautifully. Then, you use your artistry and skill to help others see. Such valuable gifts are rare.

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  12. I love the way the flower stem clasps the water droplet!

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  13. Beautiful as always Rosemary! I keep hearing Madeline Kahn singing "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" from Young Frankenstein.

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  14. A lovely quote and perfect photos!

    I hope you enjoy your Wednesday!

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  15. It's the beautiful nature (de mooie natuur)Rosemary!

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  16. Love the photographs, the ice and light.

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  17. Drugie zdjęcie jest niesamowite. Wygląda jakby pozostałości suchego kwiatka trzymały kroplę wody. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.
    The second photo is amazing. It looks like the remains of dry flower held a drop of water. Yours sincerely.

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  18. These, like always, are stunning! Such peace and grace captured.

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  19. WAU - nature's own work of art you display. Wish you a good day :) Hanne Bente

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  20. Stunning pictures, Rosemary! Have a great Thursday!

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  21. As always these are so breathtaking and lovely!!

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  22. Wise words of Albert Einstein, Rosemary!
    I love your photos with ice drops,they mean the spring is near your garden!

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  23. Dear ROSEMARY!
    I send you greetings on the occasion of Women's Day.
    I greet the Polish far!
    Lucia

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  24. I totally agree with good ol' Albert :-) Your photos are breathtaking ! Wish you a nice weekend.

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  25. Very nice Rosemary, especially your second picture. I think droplets also very nice and you leave here a fine example of reflection in a drop seen. Truly beautiful!

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  26. Espectaculares fotografías, son una belleza! Abrazos y feliz fin de semana.

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  27. These are stunning photos of water droplets. I love the first twophotos where the droplets hang tentatively from tips of curved stamens.

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  28. A beautiful blend of wise words and splendid pictures Rosemary, there is certainly a lot of joy hidden in the unknown!

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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