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Roses are my most favorite flower to photograph. Besides their beauty I enjoy being around them taking in the entire sensory experience. Within a single rose bush, depending on what stages the flowers are, you can take several different shots … Continue reading
They were nice while they lasted…have a great weekend everyone!
When it’s a beautiful hybrid tea rose named Red Masterpiece that has been converted to black and white. I feel that while the rose is beautiful in it’s natural red color, processing the image into B&W brings out subtle details … Continue reading
Yellow is a happy bright color. It reminds me of the sun, of butter, of daffodils in spring, lemon meringue pies and those strange Peep candies. Yellow makes me smile and feel warm…something I am sorely missing right now; sunny … Continue reading
As seen in a local park; a black-eyed Susan still growing and lifting it’s head to the…well, on this day it was an overcast sky. That just goes to show you that life finds a way to look up no … Continue reading
No, this isn’t a Judy rose…it’s a Cary Grant orange/orange blend hybrid tea rose. Now who gets the post title here? 😉
Also known as one of my neighbors beautiful flower gardens. They are a bit used to me now; popping up in their yards with camera in hand hunched over or kneeling in their grass. I have no idea what kind … Continue reading
Even though my plans for this week were to just feature re-worked Boston images done in monochrome I just had to share this with you because I’m so thrilled with it! Saturday the winds howled and the snow fell – … Continue reading
And still there are some roses to be found…Folklore rose – hybrid tea. Taken at the rose park this week. F4.5 – 1/1000 – ISO100 – 100mm – Daylight WB