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  1. simply beautiful

  2. you made something so simple look so beautiful 🙂

  3. This picture reminds me the fireworks display that announces the end of the festivities.

  4. Delicate picture,I really like. Thank you, dear Elena.
    Nature is always surprising. 🙂

  5. Twirling lightness !

  6. Hehe…first thought was they are umbrellas just waiting for the translucent thingies to be fixed on them! Then the fairies could use them when it rained! LOL

  7. So delicate, almost ethereal…….

  8. Nature’s circuitry! Beautiful use of hard and soft focusing against a subdued background. Full of graceful movement.

  9. Very exquisite and so delicate. I love the rhythm of the stems going in all directions, some sharp others blurred. The few colours is the icing on the cake.

  10. So pretty and delicate, perfect for the grey day here thank you Elena!

  11. Botanical equivalent of Pollocks ! 🙂

  12. I love the way you see things. Splendid!

  13. A sweetly beautiful photo. I love the soft green shade.

  14. Dainty as they all dance to their own tune!

  15. So lovely, Elena. Soft and gentle and light. Just what I needed to see and feel on this Friday before Thanksgiving (Canada-style!:)

  16. Beautiful colors in these grasses. The seeds are like delicate little fireworks exploding off the stems.

  17. I love grasses! So soft and delicate!

  18. I really like this plant, it was a $^^@#@ for me to photograph!! I had to name it after a vision of energy firing!

  19. It may seem weird to say that about a plant but it so feminine & delicate! Beautiful shot 🙂

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