Wordless Wednesday- noisy Rose

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  1. Suzanne

    Gosh – what a gorgeous rose and what a gorgeous photo.

  2. Perhaps all roses should be shot at 1000 ASA, if they turn out this good!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Beautifully captured.

  4. That is really a gorgeous rose – and photo.

  5. Just stunning. Why don’t I just keep this comment at the ready and paste it into each comment box on every post! Bothe delicacy and strong colour, and a mistressful background.

  6. So delicately tinged around the edges and giving it the pale background is inspirational it makes it almost a 3d effect

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