Dog Roses

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Photo taken in Melbourne , Australia

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Canon EOS400D, Tamron Macro Lens 90mm
Camera hand held
RAW details:
Exposure bias -0.33 ev
exposure 1/800 f/ 7.1 iso 100
I use natural and reflected daylight.

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Photo taken 16th December, 2013


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  • Joy Watson
  • Dorothy  Pinder
    Dorothy Pinder5 months ago

    Absolutely gorgeous, Joy!

  • Many thanks Dorothy

    – Joy Watson

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...5 months ago

    They look so festive, and rather like old-fashioned roses (the kind that often smell so sweet)! A lovely natural bouquet.

  • Thanks Celeste. I think they would be a old-fashioned type of rose. They are not a big Rose.

    – Joy Watson

  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghan5 months ago

    so pretty Joy!

  • Thanks so much Linda

    – Joy Watson

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixon5 months ago

    Natures Paintbrush Group
    Fabulous capture,

  • Thanks Ann

    – Joy Watson

  • John Velocci
    John Velocci5 months ago

  • Thanks John

    – Joy Watson

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belaj5 months ago

    Lavish beauty!

  • Many thanks Ana

    – Joy Watson

  • Shulie1
    Shulie15 months ago

    Lovely shot, Joy – they look like the old fashioned ones that smell so beautifully

  • Thanks Steph, I don’t know the variety.

    – Joy Watson

  • Gabrielle  Hope
    Gabrielle Hope5 months ago

    Gorgeous capture Joy!!

  • Hi Gabrielle, thanks so much.

    – Joy Watson

  • Fred Mitchell
    Fred Mitchell5 months ago

    Nice, but I am puzzled as I do not remember seeing any quite like this.

  • Thanks Fred, I don’t know the variety. The bush was very leggie and the Roses are a small variety.

    – Joy Watson

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