A rose by any other name....

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  1. MommyOf4Boys

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    ...is still a rose :confused:

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    For some reason this seems like such an intimate rose portrait. Nice detail on the water droplets.:)
     
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    wow:hail:
     
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    One of the best flower shots I've seen. :hail:

    It looks wrinkled and a bit ragged, but I think that's what gives it its beauty. It's sublime.
     
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    Beautiful :hail:<-- and I dont use that icon lightly ;)
    Great detail, great tones, interesting perspective, good contrast, and even for an anti-frame person like me, the frame works.
     
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    beautiful
     
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    Well I think you nailed this one with the composition and the focus for me is spot on, the dark background cuts out any distractions, the light is great and just the right amount of water too but do feel a fresher rose would have made this perfect! But that subjective and really depends on what you were after.
    Just my thoughts.
    Nicely done!
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    very beautiful! I like how the drops add to the picture!
     
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    thanks all. I got some great shots of roses that were much nicer than this one, but i loved how the water dripped off of the wilting bottom petal in this one..it really added to the shot, so using this particular (not so lively) rose was indeed intentional.
     

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