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Rosa Rugosa

By Sue_R  
As I've started on the flower pics now, I thought I'd carry on with an image of one of the many rosa rugosa roses that are growing in our garden.

There are more than 200m of them growing all around the boundary of the garden, a mixture of white and pink, plenty to choose from, so you may very well see more of these over the coming days Smile

Many thanks for your votes and comments on my first attempt at flower photography yesterday. They really were very encouraging.

Tags: Flowers General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Rosa rugosa

Voters: lifesnapper, LynneJoyce, RoxyMoo and 23 more

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2 Jun 2010 8:23AM
Again, nice dof Sue, and a lovely splash of Pink among the greenary. And very well done on your first Flower upload Smile

John SmileX

P.S. I see you 'Sunlight' up in the Highlands! Smile

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LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 101 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2010 8:25AM
One of my favourite flowers nicely taken at the bud stage.
RoxyMoo 9 17 England
2 Jun 2010 8:26AM
Very pretty, nicely taken! x
cassiecat 11 39 46 England
2 Jun 2010 8:43AM
nice light catching theleaves.lesley
Make sure you water them sue Smile
Richsr 12 91 223 England
2 Jun 2010 9:04AM
Like the light and details Sue, with that number looks like you will have a lot of dead heading todo.
Regards Richard
Phil_Restan 14 280 9 England
2 Jun 2010 9:40AM
See, it was worth dragging you into the garden kicking and screaming to get you away from the dreaded landscapesSmile

Should do some moreSmile

NobbytheNobster 10 33 5 England
2 Jun 2010 11:25AM
Good shot, nice dof.
200m of them! you must have a lovely big garden?
Regards Ricky.
barbarahirst 11 27 12 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2010 1:58PM
A very pretty bud piccy
kaybee 15 6.9k 26 Scotland
2 Jun 2010 2:37PM
That is some garden you have there.
Oliverpants 10 2 2 England
2 Jun 2010 4:36PM
Really great light and a good dof, showing the bud of so well. I hope you like flower photography now you have started. I love the hips these make in the autumn. Ann
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 13 England
2 Jun 2010 5:58PM
Beautiful lighting and again, Sue, nice depth of field to lift the main subject from the background. And looks even betters still large! Look forward to seeing more images from your garden.
TrevB Smile
2 Jun 2010 6:21PM
Ha ha, I agree Phil Smile

John Smile
wyatturp 14 2 England
2 Jun 2010 9:27PM
How does your garden grow, now we can see on epz, well done ,nice light


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