These are almost the last roses of the season and what a wonderful summer and autumn it’s been here too with sunny days, mild temperatures and not as much rain as usual. Winter has arrived today though as has the rain! Roll on spring!
Thought it was time for some more roses to brighten up the blog pages. These are my old favourites Cecile Brunner which are looking particularly beautiful in the garden at the moment, I simply added an old open book et voila!
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These Clair Matin roses are looking particularly beautiful in the garden at the moment in their second flush of flowers for the season so I couldn’t resist picking a few for some photos and also to bring some of their colour and fragrance indoors.
The roses in the garden are starting to look slightly bedraggled as they near the end of their season, it being autumn here in the southern hemisphere. The clocks went back this past weekend so I guess it won't be long till we get a frost. I don't mind autumn, the...
This is a photo that's been sitting in my archives for ages, I didn't like the dark wood I had shot against so it had been rejected. This afternoon I had a bit of time to play and managed, quite easily too, to disguise the darkness. It's inspired me, so hope it might...
A recipe for this one was requested by Debbie over at flickr so I thought I'd do a quick blog entry for anyone else interested. The roses are Cecile Brunner commonly known as sweetheart roses, I love their tiny perfect buds and blooms. I took many photos of them...
One from a while back when my roses were in full bloom, there are still some late season flowers but summer is gone for another year. The soft pink of the New Dawn rose and a blue sponge-ware jug are a great combination in my eyes! I decided to process this softly...I...
More roses from my mothers garden, she has inherited lots of standard roses with trunks like small trees! I'm not a big fan of that style of rose bush myself but can see the advantages, you don't have to bend over to smell them and they're much easier to weed around,...
I never know what to write about my flower photos here, landscapes are much easier to write about 🙂 So today you'll just get the processing recipe. I decided on the soft treatment on these roses, I did have more textures to start with, archival canvas and apple...