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  1. Aoide

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    OoOOoo... Cool looking rose! Nice depth of feild. Any idea what kind of rose that is?
     
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    what a cool looking rose! i take alot of flower photos, mostly to try and get a unique one (still trying!) and this one is really neat.
     
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    Well Dan, you can take this picture too! I took it at the Houston Garden Center in Hermann Park. They have bed after bed of different rose varieties as well as a Perennial Garden and an Herb Garden. It is a great place for flower pictures! I love Hermann more and more every day.

    Karissa, I have no idea. This was the first time that I tried taking serious flower pictures so I was concentrating on the flowers and not the name plaques. I know I'll go back eventually so I'll let you know when I find out.
     
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    very nice shot!
     
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    :lol: I understand.
     

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