The Necklace of Mother Nature

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Comments (159)

Abdallah Bouhamidi on December 13, 2011

A new Galaxy?


soroosh mirzaei on December 25, 2011

this is very nice photo

like + f

Reza tahmasbi on January 14, 2012

Really amazing photo!

Best wishes from Iran . Reza

like + f


and favorite

Greetings from Greece


Yosarsif مهدی کلهر on January 14, 2012

چه گردنبند خوشگلی

:-)Fiala(-: on January 15, 2012



James Bian on January 30, 2012

Amazing. Like + YS

M Caminhas on February 6, 2012

Great shot! Beautiful photo! Best wishes Guitim75

Patty Arsenault on February 19, 2012

Very nice capture, Piadera. I really like the title! like Cheers - Patty

Ehsan Khanjani on March 24, 2012



Saeed Hasanabbasi on March 27, 2012

نگاهتان سرشار از لطافت و عشق است که برتافته از پاکی و سادگی قلب مهربان شماست



Joaquim Sierra on April 30, 2012

Hermosa y musical fotografía, gracias por enseñarla. Saludos cordiales, Joaquim.


Ali Mostoufi on May 22, 2012

Hi dear Jim,

You are correct!

However, the quote from Goethe left here for the sentimental value...

For what we need to remember!!

All the best!

*Andrew* on May 22, 2012

Отличное макро.

Gustavo V on June 9, 2012

Muy bonita foto!!!


Saludos, Gustavo

Rajkovic Boban on August 6, 2012

Beautifull photo. I Like it. Boban...

Jim van Ommen on April 28, 2013

Hi Piadera,

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder as they say, so I guess we don't all see the same and that's great because we can share our experiences. As for Goethe's theory you referred to, yes very interesting, but he could have gone just a little further by explaining that Light is the source of all colour and can only be perceived through the miraculous components of the human eye created by Him, who is the Light of the world. Unfortunately, that last bit Goethe had trouble with, so I read and must have limited his vision to the physics of light as we know it.

Greetings from Hobart, Tasmania. Jim van Ommen


Ali Mostoufi on April 29, 2013

Hi Jim,

Very interesting point and many thanks for sharing your opinion with me.

Yes indeed, Goethe could have gone further, however we don't know the reason; choice or limitation...

Again, thank you for dropping by!

All the best

Giacomo Mallardi on November 22

Excellent photo... and prodigious nature! LIKE. Greeting, Giacomo

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  • Uploaded on November 4, 2010
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    by Ali Mostoufi
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
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