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15 January, 2012 By Emily Leary 26 Comments
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22 January, 2012 at 4.31pm
Stunning photo! The fine detail on the petals is just beautiful against the black background.
16 January, 2012 at 12.24pm
I absolutely love your photos. The colours are gorgeous and this one is no exception xxx
18 January, 2012 at 12.49am
Thank you!!! x
15 January, 2012 at 8.24pm
Oh wow, that is so in focus, wonderful!
Thanks! Macro lens :) x
15 January, 2012 at 7.17pm
Epitomises winter to me, cold, crisp, beauty on its way out. Gorgeous image.
18 January, 2012 at 12.50am
Yes, very true – thanks! :)
Frankie Parker says
15 January, 2012 at 6.46pm
Great shot, would of once been a beatuitful rose i suspect…
It was very beautiful – part of a bunch work sent me when Jessica was born :)
15 January, 2012 at 3.50pm
Very cool contrasting colours!
15 January, 2012 at 4.01pm
15 January, 2012 at 1.44pm
love this the textures are amazing
15 January, 2012 at 9.51am
That is beautiful, but also slightly sad, poor dead rose.
15 January, 2012 at 9.55am
I agree! But it’s had a good innings – it was part of a bunch of flowers sent by my work colleagues when Jessica was born. She’s now almost three months old and the rose is still looking interesting – though not exactly fresh!
Kelly Brett says
15 January, 2012 at 9.19am
Wow, that is awesome, so beautiful!
15 January, 2012 at 10.00am
Thank you :)
Annwen Ackroyd says
15 January, 2012 at 8.10am
Wow! Thats amazing, looks a bit spooky somehow?
Yeah, I agree!
Erica Price says
15 January, 2012 at 8.09am
That’s a really interesting shot. Love the frost on the rose – seems very Miss Haversham to me.
15 January, 2012 at 10.01am
bod for tea says
15 January, 2012 at 7.36am
I love the crispness of the colours on the dark background and the softness of the petals – wonderful picture that makes me want to reach out and touch it!