The one beautiful pink rose stands out among the rest. Taken with Canon T2i and 100mm lens; f/3.5, 1/200s, ISO 100.
roses, rose, flower, flora, dried flower, withered, floral
I’m a self taught photographer who enjoys macro photography, especially wildflowers and other flora and fauna seen in nature. I also enjoy photographing refractions and reflections from rain and water.
Love it Lynn, terrific capture!! x
Thank you, Pauline…something fun to do with those lovely roses which have passed thier prime!
– Lynn Gedeon
Great idea! Were you dead-he4ading the roses? By the way, in answer at last to your question – yes, roses are beginning to bloom here, even though the weather has not warmed much.There are some beauties in the next street that I cast avaricious eyes upon!
No Bette, I took the roses out of the vase they were in because they were wilted and decided they would make a lovely photo. the pink one was one of the last roses from my garden that I picked. I’m sure you’ll be visiting that neighbor with the roses!!!
Very beautiful Lynn :)
Thank you so much, Kathy!
This is so beautiful! Great job!!
Thank you, Maisie…so glad you like it!
This is so beautiful Lynn!
I’m so glad that you enjoyed it, Anna…thank you for the fave, too!
Wow this is gorgeous Lynn. Perfect really.
You’re too kind,Maree…thank you so much for the comments and the fave!
Congratulations. Your work is Featured in the Table Top Photography group.
So surprised, Jay…thank you so much!
Just lovely! Congrats on your feature!
Thank you very much, Angie!
Thank you so much for the feature!
Thank you so much, Julie!
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