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Yellowhead

Roses

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Its nice to be able shoot something that doesn't fly away as some as you raise the camera.

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Nice images Yellowhead and welcome to the Forum!great to see some new participants with the passion for photography!...keep em coming!.....Roses are really beautiful flowers for sure....that last image of the rose bud is my favorite of the 2...like the reds against the dark background....here's a couple roses from a local park here in Hibbing from this morning ...Most of my images are of wild flowers so these images are kind of a first for me grin...

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and another"version" of more roses...

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Sweet! Have you been taking lessons from jonny on that last one? Well done!

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Beautiful shots, Yellowhead. Aside from their grace and beauty, the fact that they don't flee from the camera is one of the reasons I like to photograph flowers so much.

These are sweet.

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