Trio Of Reds


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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.
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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.
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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

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9 thoughts on “Trio Of Reds”

  1. It has been ages since I saw a red rose. I used to grow them but was always plagued by insects eating them and finally got one that was guaranteed to be pest and thorn free. And, surprisingly, it was. I kept it for several years and it kept growing and was going to require a stepladder to trim. I dug it out and ran it through my chipper. I wish I had that chipper but broke it back then and it was impossible to weld the large, heavy wheel whose centrifugal force helped the 4 hp engine deliver the power to chip branches up to 2 inches in diameter.

    1. We don’t grow roses in our modest garden. The soil is too bad and we are so clumsy in gardening, that we finally decided to buy them at our local supermarket. A bouquet of about six roses can be had for $6.00 which is pretty reasonable for our meager budget.

      We love to have roses in our house. It adds a breath of fresh air to the environment, plus a wonderful subject to photograph. I have seen your dynamic garden in Brooksville and it always looks like a million bucks. In fact, everything you do is of very high quality.

      Thank you for your comments, Abe. You are loved greatly in our home.

    1. The blurred backgrounds were intentionally done to create that creamy bokeh that I’ve seen in some photographs on the Web. I think it’s called “shallow depth of field”.

      Photography is such a fun and vibrating hobby with so much to learn. I love to see other photographs like those you take during your frequent flights to numerous Australian cities. I love this hobby Jane!

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