Rose of Joy

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  1. Peateater

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    I finally got a tripod and that inspired me... I'm really pleased with the results.

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    That first one is a real winner - unusual background for a rose!! The others leave me a little cold, but the first one's really great.

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    i like the first one too..outstanding picture of yellow rose..yellow for me simbolizes for calm..

    great shots man.
     
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    I definately like the first one best as well. I was kind of bummed, though, that the bottom got cut off a bit. Is that original, or did you crop it?
     
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    I like the perspective and composition of the first shot.
    Yes, the bottom of the rose is cut off, but I still think it is a great photo.
    I really like the fencing as a background, very urban feeling!
     
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    first shot is really great.... love the shade and colors on it...

    good job...
     
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    Thanks for all the comments. I'm actually a little surprised that everybody prefers the first one... I guess something in me reacts agains the classic flower closeup. The image isn't cropped; I'll be watching out for that cutoff next time.

    I actually passed the rose on my bike on the way to the park to take some shots. I struck me enough that I just had to come back.

    Peter
     

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