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P H
5 years ago

Nice photo? How did you get the black background? Did you hang a black tablecloth or something behind the tulips?

Hassan S
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5 years ago

Beautiful photo, beautiful poem!

Isabelle G
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5 years ago

Colours make me overjoyed!

Very pure, lighted colours and simple forms for those tulips! It gives me a lot of energy!

I didn’t know Sylvia Plath before, but now I’m going for more investigations in wikipedia | read up on her! Good start for this sunny cold day, on several accounts: flowers and poetry!

Jean-Marc L
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5 years ago

Thank you for this picture and the stanza of this poem. Sylvia Plath manages to write what I felt when I was in a hospital after an accident. Around you, everything seems to live with a great energy but you have nothing to do with these explosions. It’s no more your world.

I’m just read Sylvia Plath’s biography on Wikipedia. That’s strange that any film-maker haven’t the idea to make a film about her life.

Brigitte B
Reply to  Reza K
5 years ago

Thank you Reza for these flowers in the middle of winter. I appreciated them like a present for everybody!

And thanks also for this beautiful and very sad Sylvia Plath poem. I red her last poem Ariel a few months ago and she really touched my heart. I red Tulips in French, it’s a long poem. The translation is a good one, it is very near the English one.

And last but not least we find one of the verb about what Hasan wanted to discuss a few days ago “and the light lies on these white walls…”

Delaram F
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5 years ago

Your photo is enchanting.

I love colorful tulips. They fill me with happiness, hope and energy. Your photo captured my eyes when I opened the website tonight.

Thank you for the photo and for its capturing explanations.

Delaram F
Reply to  Delaram F
5 years ago

By “capturing explanation” I meant the information Reza gave us about the conditions under which he captured the photo.
May be I should say:
Thank you for the photo and for the explanations you gave us about its capturing conditions.

P H
Reply to  Delaram F
5 years ago

I see what you meant now.

I think I would say:
Thank your for the technical details.
Thank your for the detailed explanation.
Thank your for the explaining the technical aspects.
Thank your for the technical description of how the photo was taken.

PS I’m going to change my correction in your previous comment.

PPS I searched a bit on the Internet and came across “photo capture details” on several websites.

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