Mantle of the Moon
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
Such beauty, both the images and the song. Thanks so much!
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You are most welcome and many thanks to you Olga!
Love the latest photos of flowers. You are always able to capture a their magic!
I try and thanks so much for visiting- I know you’re busy these days!
I’d like to visit that magical garden on the dark side of the moon Cybele!
we must!! 🙂
thanks so much Alex! welcome to my little end of the blogosphere!
Thanks for the cool welcome 🙂
you are welcome! 🙂
I miss you recent posts from my reader… Cybele. So not happy to miss visiting you 😦 Love the beautiful, soft photo of young girl. 🙂
sometimes I miss things in the reader too!! thanks so much for visiting!! yes, she’s a beauty!
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…
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oh The Irish young girl is gorgeous, soft and innocent full of dreams she sees I think
she is that! Thanks for visiting me here!
Thank you again for your beautiful comments Maryrose. I’m glad you like the music too!!
thanks Sri – you would know!! 🙂
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?
Thanks so much Linda!!
thanks so much for visiting!!
Those are beautiful photos. I especially like the white flower… it looks almost like clouds in the sky
thank you Janna!!
Oh Cybele, the top image of the white flower is gorgeous! It is pure and pretty ❤
thanks Christy it was so lovely!
T’would nice to spend time in that dark garden I feel .. lying in hollow of magical moon dust …
Lovely pictures Cybele …
lovely magical comment Poppy! Thank you!
So beautiful and delicate. 🙂
soft & lovely
Your photo of the Irish lass is hauntingly beautiful. Dune Mouse, your photos always bring me to a profoundly peaceful place. Thank you.
isn’t she a dreamy beauty!! Thanks Em and thanks for permission to the blog!! I will be over more often!!
– and thank you!!
I especially love the ‘far side of the moon’ flower, but both are beautiful 🙂
thanks so much Tracey!
Oooh! the dark garden looks pretty alluring.
thank you Norma!!
Beautiful. Happy Beltane.
same to you Debra! 🙂
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.
does it ever!!? lol but sometimes the rhythm changes!! Thanks Deborah.
These are magical – especially the first one
thanks Suzanne! I’ve slowed down a bit with blogging these days!
It goes in phases I find. 🙂
Beautiful, Cybele. That white flower gives sign of purity..
thank you Anita!
How beautiful, and your magic continues…
Inspired by your beautiful flowers Maria!! Thank you!
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.
That ‘Far side of the Moon’ seems very intriguing…
I think so too Maria! We must visit it sometime!! 😀 Perhaps a story will come!
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