Moon Flower Will of the Wisps

I am a bit late posting this as this was my Monochrome Madness 2-8 offering for Leanne Cole’s Blog

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Mantle of the Moon
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On the Far side of the Moon grows a dark garden

I am also inspired by Maria’s beautiful flowers from the Tropical Flowering Zone

Mna na h Eireann (Women of Ireland)

The song of a sorrowful moon child

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  1. olganm says:

    Such beauty, both the images and the song. Thanks so much!

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    1. You are most welcome and many thanks to you Olga!

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  2. Love the latest photos of flowers. You are always able to capture a their magic!

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    1. I try and thanks so much for visiting- I know you’re busy these days!

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  3. I’d like to visit that magical garden on the dark side of the moon Cybele!

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    1. we must!! 🙂

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    1. thanks so much Alex! welcome to my little end of the blogosphere!

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      1. alexraphael says:

        Thanks for the cool welcome 🙂

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      2. you are welcome! 🙂

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  4. Amy says:

    I miss you recent posts from my reader… Cybele. So not happy to miss visiting you 😦 Love the beautiful, soft photo of young girl. 🙂

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    1. sometimes I miss things in the reader too!! thanks so much for visiting!! yes, she’s a beauty!

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  5. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words says:

    the music is incredible, as I’m listening I wander within your images…
    both are stunning, at first I though the Mantle on the Moon was the breath of heaven coming through the middle of clouds , focusing I see it is a day lily?
    Breath-taking Cybele, beautiful
    The Dark side of the Moon’s garden has many secrets to share, waiting in the center for someone to listen to her Whispers 🙂

    I enjoyed the wandering this morning music, beauty captured to hold the moment
    Thank you for sharing your sight
    Take Care…You Matter…
    )0(
    maryrose

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    1. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words says:

      oh The Irish young girl is gorgeous, soft and innocent full of dreams she sees I think
      )0(

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      1. she is that! Thanks for visiting me here!

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    2. Thank you again for your beautiful comments Maryrose. I’m glad you like the music too!!

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    1. thanks Sri – you would know!! 🙂

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  6. Another fabulous post. Your Mantle of the Moon is breathtaking while Far Side of the Moon is mysterious. Love these. The music is great. But, I must say that your young Irish girl is beautiful and dreamy. Am I wrong in thinking she’s related to you?

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    1. Thanks so much Linda!!

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    1. thanks so much for visiting!!

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  7. jannatwrites says:

    Those are beautiful photos. I especially like the white flower… it looks almost like clouds in the sky

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    1. thank you Janna!!

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  8. Oh Cybele, the top image of the white flower is gorgeous! It is pure and pretty ❤

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    1. thanks Christy it was so lovely!

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  9. poppytump says:

    T’would nice to spend time in that dark garden I feel .. lying in hollow of magical moon dust …
    Lovely pictures Cybele …

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    1. lovely magical comment Poppy! Thank you!

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  10. katieprior says:

    So beautiful and delicate. 🙂

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  11. sedge808 says:

    soft & lovely

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  12. ♡eM says:

    Your photo of the Irish lass is hauntingly beautiful. Dune Mouse, your photos always bring me to a profoundly peaceful place. Thank you.

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    1. isn’t she a dreamy beauty!! Thanks Em and thanks for permission to the blog!! I will be over more often!!

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    2. – and thank you!!

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  13. Tracey says:

    I especially love the ‘far side of the moon’ flower, but both are beautiful 🙂

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    1. thanks so much Tracey!

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  14. Norma says:

    Oooh! the dark garden looks pretty alluring.

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    1. thank you Norma!!

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  15. Debra says:

    Beautiful. Happy Beltane.

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    1. same to you Debra! 🙂

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  16. Oh wow, that dark flower from the dark side of the moon stamen just jump off the page! Well done! Hope life is slowing down a bit for you.

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    1. does it ever!!? lol but sometimes the rhythm changes!! Thanks Deborah.

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  17. Suzanne says:

    These are magical – especially the first one

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    1. thanks Suzanne! I’ve slowed down a bit with blogging these days!

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      1. Suzanne says:

        It goes in phases I find. 🙂

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  18. Nurul Lubis says:

    Beautiful, Cybele. That white flower gives sign of purity..

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  19. Anita says:

    Beautiful, Cybele!

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  20. Maria F. says:

    How beautiful, and your magic continues…

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    1. Inspired by your beautiful flowers Maria!! Thank you!

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      1. Maria F. says:

        Thank you! But you have Canadian flowers over there and story telling which now intrigues me regarding the ‘dark garden’. You don’t have to give me spoilers though.

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      2. Maria F. says:

        That ‘Far side of the Moon’ seems very intriguing…

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      3. I think so too Maria! We must visit it sometime!! 😀 Perhaps a story will come!

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