I knew it would come....so tell me, what is the name of this rose? It can't be Emily, can it?
Now, I really like this shot. You have captured texture and an emotional shot. Well done.Thank you for your comment on my "grainy" picture of the Fall leaves. You were the only one that got the feeling I was after. I thought it looked watercolory or your description -painted on fabric. My husband said that's so grainy -I don't get it... I'm going to try and print the picture. I'll be interested in seeing how it downloads.
Hello Merisi,your beautiful photo inspired me to write a haiku for your rose:the november rosein a crumpled frock - and yether heart is intacthttp://olivia-kroth.blog.de.vu
Still a beautiful-looking rose, even in November. Wonderful haiku above. How nice to be inspired to create something.Paz
BRITT-ARNHILD:You asked for it! :-)))Unfortunately, I don't know the name of the rose.PHOTOWANNABE:Thank you, I appreciate your observations and really liked your experiment with the different textures.OLIVIA KROTH:Thank you for the beautiful Haiku!I feel honoured. PAZ:Yes, isn't it wonderful how nature can inspire us?
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