A look at rose stems

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  1. Kevin D Burns

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    I personally like no1. 2 is a bit dark for me....but that could be my cheap work Gateway CRT speaking :-D
     
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    thanks, the dark image is intentional. for my girls taste.
     
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    Wait...more pics came up this time... cheap work Dell laptop...

    I like the blue one (to be on the safe side).... :D

    And it is always about the girls...
     
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    I love this! We're so used to seeing the beautiful petals on the rose, but the stems are new and exciting. How refreshing. :)
     
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    I like the upper right and lower left ones.
    Sharp and contrast.
     
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    WOW, I was afraid that the stems would be seen as strange. thank you all so much.
     
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    I always found it amazing how something like a plant could evolve along side animals and adapt to grow thorns in protection. There is something really strange about something that has no brain can evolve. hmmmmmmmmm.
     
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    The third one is my favourite!
    I like the colours and I think it would be even better if the bottom "sting" would be less dark...
     
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    Thanks all, i do have a fascination with thorns.
     
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    Me too ! love that blue tone. I was watching a TV programme about the Chelsea Flower Show yesterday and I learnt that rose's thorns also help the plant to climb....never knew that previously.
     
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    Thanks all, the top two are untouched, the bottom two are darkened with use of gamma.
     

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