Excellent choice, JM. You are doing splendidly. Bravo!
Beautiful, delicate work.
Very pretty JM!
Well done, JM. But what is the old Green House?
Jacob, it's just an old green house with tropical flora at Oeiras downtown park. I have previously posted one shot here: http://oeirasdailyphoto.blogspot.com/2009/03/oeiras-jungle.html
Beautiful, JM. A fabulous combination of greens to support A and the people of Iran. I like very much the way you've changed Where is my Vote to 'their' vote.
Jacob, now I've understood your question! Fiat lux! :-)I wrote Green House instead of 'greenhouse'... Mea culpa! Sorry about this, I've allready corrected it.
I want my rocks to look like these! Beautiful!
Excellent choice! Such a pretty color.
The stones with the mosses create beautiful view! Have a nice weekend JM:)
JM, great composition and I like your theme of green to support the people of Iran and our fellow city daily blogger. It is so distressing that he and others have been arrested by the police. Great idea to organize a show of support on Sunday. I wish we could do more. I have enjoyed your comments on my website. Sorry for the delay in responding as I went to a photography workshop the past week and I went to a cultural workshop about the fruit of the saguaro cactus and the Tohono Oodham Indians who harvest it each year, and I actually harvested some of the fruit from the very tall saguaros. We will see if I have learned some new skills to improve my photos and I will share some of the experiences with you on my website.
Let me join, JM.
Sure Henny! Everyone is more than welcome! The more, the better!
Different and cool!I like stones a lot!Léia :-)
Interesting shot, green is a beautiful colour and also very important for all of us these days...Take care,m_m
Lovely greens. Seems to be the color of the end of the decade. And hopefully into the next decade with a little more international decency.
I'm in! MB
Beautiful textures. There's a whole world in there.
Just green - but plenty of shades.
Such a pleasant colour, green. They say that a rolling stone gathers no moss. I suppose these haven't been rolling much lately?
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