Mirror Lakes, New Zealand

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Ian Stehbens on April 15, 2010

Dear Fü,

Last night we dined at Mado Restaurant, an Anatolian restaurant in Sydney, and I learnt while I was there that it was from Anatolia that tulips went to Netherlands! Now your tulip photography is even more special...

But I see a red pomegranate adorned with scarlet passiflora blooms tiptoeing through pink tulips!!

May the dreams be visions of the future.


gezginruh on April 17, 2010

Yes my dearest, tulips have an amazing history. And now i'm very happy that we have incredible dreams.

Ian Stehbens on April 17, 2010

Dear ,

A reflection of the mountains in a mirror lake is like two people sharing the same dream.


gezginruh on April 19, 2010

so unprecedented...

Ian Stehbens on April 20, 2010

...and wonderful when it happens!

Maja Weidemueller on April 20, 2010

... there was time way back in history when tulips were the currency of the rich and powerful in Europe ~ so you share a precious dream ~ send you some music for it ~

love to you two from Maja

sugarbag1 on April 21, 2010

Hello Ian. How are you? Hmmmmmmmm very nice reflection here in the water.You could almost turn the photo upside dopwn and it would still almost the same. Very nice capture Ian.Best Regards, David

Ian Stehbens on April 22, 2010

Dear Maja and ,

In this present time in history, there are people in Panoramio who use red, red roses, red pomegranates, pink tulips, white magnolias, yellow chrysanthemums and window boxes of geraniums as currency. And this makes such people "rich" and "blessed", appreciative and generous, "special" and "appreciated".

Most warmly,


Ian Stehbens on April 22, 2010

Hello David.

Indeed David, when you turn this upside down the new reflection is stunningly real. I love the mists in the reflection and the gentleness of this early hour.

Sincere appreciation and regards, David.


Marilyn Whiteley on May 24, 2010

More refreshment for the soul ...

Ian Stehbens on May 25, 2010

What wonderful feedback for a photographer, Marilyn!


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