19 October 2010

Wordless Wednesday

splattered
a place to remember
pink
pink and white
white
yellow
orange
red
memorial tribute
Another curious visitor!
Flanked by Autumn Radiance
My partner in rose photography crime.

19 comments :

  1. I LOVE two-colored roses. They are the best to photograph and put as wallpaper. Love the flowers.

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  2. So colorful and lovely. I really like the photo with the little bug :)

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  3. beautiful!!!! I bet it smelled heavenly too! that is one flower I can not grow, and I love them, sigh... thanks for sharing ~hugs, Faythe @GMT

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  4. you put a lovely splash of color into my day. Gorgeous!

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  5. Lovely photos :). I often visit here in Finland in Tampere Hatanpää arboretum, it´s full of roses ♥.

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  6. Lovely shots! What a glorious view to sip coffee to!

    Even though mine isn't nearly as pleasant, please feel welcome to see my plates before and after!

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  7. The way every single petal is lit up and captured ... absolutely beautiful! The tiny bug was a surprise. =)

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  8. Beautiful roses & photos! I agree with yulianknits the two-tone is beautiful! Happy WW!

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  9. so many gorgeous flowers. My favourite is the creamy one. :)

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  10. Just what I needed... now if only I could smell them and feel the soft petals I would be set... Love the last photo hehee...

    *on a side note*
    Thank you for the kind words. It truly has been a tough time lately and it is difficult to keep smiling.

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  11. Glorious flowers! Beautiful shots. :-)

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  12. beaudiful picutres . gruß martina

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  13. can you tell me what the name of the top rose is? I've got one just like it which came with the house.

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  14. Stratoz, I had to really do some research to find the answer to that question. I love roses, but I don't know the varieties. I think I found this one, though!

    Fourth of July Rose

    How fitting for the entryway of a war memorial garden!

    I also found some other gorgeous varieties of splattered roses. Check these out!

    Red Intuition Roses
    Freedom's Ring
    Zebra Rose
    Oranges 'n' Lemons
    Modern Art
    And my personal favorite (of everything I looked up), the Purple Tiger

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  15. I had to sit and just bask in the radiant warmth of these roses... you've captured detail so exquisite that I can almost conjur their scent.

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  16. Wow, so colorful, so vivid! My favorite is the rose with the yellow aspens behind it. I love contrasts like that!

    The tiny bug is pretty cool too. I wonder what it is? (I'm always wondering...)

    Been looking at those DSLRs... pretty expensive but might be SO much fun.

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  17. Wow! So many blooms still going on! glad you stepped past the sign today and shared with us too. :)

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  18. I loved every single one - beautiful shots!

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