So Little Time...So many Flowers  

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Uploaded: 01/06/07 8:05 PM GMT
So Little Time...So many Flowers
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Previously posted...can't resist....whatever the c-index...this is worth a second look.


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01/06/07 11:16 PM GMT
hehe he i know exactly what you mean, allways so much things to do, and always to little time :-) thanks for this lovely image.
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01/06/07 11:22 PM GMT
definitely worth a second look, although I missed it first time, so I am glad you posted it again! It is a lovely portrait of an old lady whose thoughts are there for us to see! I often feel like that myself and I am a long way off I hope! thanks for posting again - I am putting this into my favourites!
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"Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love, time is eternity." well much ...laugh often ..... mygallery
01/07/07 3:30 AM GMT
I can only hope when I achieve the age this woman has just by living everyday that flowers and nature will interest me the way it shows that it does on her face. Do you know this lovely lady?


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"We consider the artist to be a special sort of person. It is more likely that each of us is a special sort of artist." Elsa Gidlow
01/07/07 1:42 PM GMT
Whadda hottie you are Geri!! 8~D

Nice portriat with sweet colors surrounding!!
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Picture Purrrfect . You never see advertisements for string…they make string, yet you never see a commercial for string!!
01/07/07 5:45 PM GMT
This is such a nice photo of your mom and her flowers. I think it's good enough for framing.
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Kindness you spread today will be gathered and returned to you tomorrow.
01/07/07 6:16 PM GMT
What are those beautiful purple flowers?. I am envious of her time and talent to be in her garden. I would like to see more of the garden as well.
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Since we cant change reality. Let us change our eyes in which we percieve reality. Nikos Kazantzakis.
01/08/07 12:15 AM GMT
It is a beautiful shot. The woman looks like a gardener and she is in her milieu. Those flowers she grows are splendid and colorful.
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
01/12/07 1:53 AM GMT
Never seen this one before. Wish I had. It's a great shot.
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01/22/07 1:03 AM GMT
An interesting woman who obviously has that magic touch with flowers. Looks like she has spent alot of time in the sun tending her garden, and remembering to wear her sunhat :) She's placed just where she belongs, with the colorful flowers as her background. Thanks for this sunny view Geri :^*>
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I need to catch up on things so can't comment too much. But I love all of your fine images. I might be lurking in the background :)
04/10/09 6:27 AM GMT
She reminds me of my granny.
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Happy Easter!

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