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Blushing Rose, natural and enhanced (3 pics)

Posted by alisande Zone 4b (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 4, 11 at 21:36

I took this picture of the Blushing Rose clump this afternoon.

And this Photoshopped version is in a small show I presently have at the library. (That's an iris next to it, too.)

It's a little hard to see with all the reflections (staircase, doorway, etc.) going on, so here's the original:

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RE: Blushing Rose, natural and enhanced (3 pics)

That's just breathtaking, Alisande. I have always loved your iris photos, and I am so pleased to see that you have them in a show. Congratulations!

RE: Blushing Rose, natural and enhanced (3 pics)

So very lovely your photos are. Fantastic. Do you have a photoalbum or website where you show your photos?

RE: Blushing Rose, natural and enhanced (3 pics)

Thanks, both of you! A lot of my flower pictures are on Flickr:

my Flickr photos

but I don't post everything there. One of these days I may try setting up an Etsy store. Most of my photographic energy has lately been going into digitizing my dad's wonderful negatives from the 1940s, but that's another story!

I really appreciate your thoroughly nice comments.

RE: Blushing Rose, natural and enhanced (3 pics)

Thanks for the link, Alisande. I think that's a good idea- as soon as you have finished with your dad's archive.

RE: Blushing Rose, natural and enhanced (3 pics)

You are the lady I need as a neighbor. I need to convert 35mm slides!

Congrats on having a show of your work. Very nice.

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