Monday, December 22, 2008

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26 comments:

  1. Hi Magiceye,

    Good one..
    but the landscape looks very green and lively.:)

    wishes,
    devika

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  2. Hi Devika,

    Sure is green but deserted - not peopled! Even the house is deserted!
    Matter of perception?

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  3. Deserted of course, but not desolate..

    Desolateness is a feeling and a matter of perception to me, Magiceye :)

    devika

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  4. granted... to each his/her own!

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  5. okay, as a synonym it could go for deserted...

    But in poetics, i choose words for their subtle variances..that made me comment so..

    Always, you as the creator is right Magiceye...

    just my impulsive reading...please don't give it too much of a seriousness..i never am, especially when make a fast comment :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  6. Hope the subsequent clarified...

    Yeah, to each his/her own is an acceptable proposition :)

    thank you Magiceye...
    i'll make dumphead comments too...ask Borut..he knows me best :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  7. appreciate your reactions Devika.

    was not trying to prove who is right or wrong, just hairsplitting!

    light banter also is illuminating.

    thank you.

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  8. always Magiceye, either ways :)

    thank you for the kindness, dear..

    devika

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  9. you captured it very well. the abandoned structure (house?) ups the desolation factor. :)

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  10. And yet, what a nice little haiku structure you've made out of it!:)

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  11. Nice words and photo! where was the picture taken?

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  12. oh, but this looks beautiful to me!
    so refreshing, landscape without humans!

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  13. Some places look so odd to have a house. It seems that wasn´t so succesful idea after all.

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  14. the picture looks magical..I love landscapes like this..

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  15. Reminded me of Lonavala.

    Mist adds to the mystical charm of photographs. Lovely Haiku.:)

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  16. It may be foggy but at least there's no snow! This beautiful Magiceye.

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  17. Wish you a Merry Christmas, Magiceye :)

    devika

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  18. Desolate but gorgeous, magiceye! :)

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  19. Your words are flaming ..keep them coming ...Hope you had great season ..Happy New year

    Nasra

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  20. hi magiceye,

    Have a Wonderful and Happy New Year!

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  21. magiceye, I wish you all the best for 2009! Happy New Year! Thank you for sharing your poetry and expertise as a photographer! :)

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  22. 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2....1!!!
    Happy New Year!!

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  23. I'm not sure what I love more, the photo or the words, they're both splendid, bravo!

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