So long, apricot roses

A little more gentle decay…

they were beautiful in life,

 

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20 comments

  1. And remains beautiful

  2. Faded, but the memories still glow.
    A lovely vintage feel.

  3. Each of your captures has its own beauty.

  4. Splendid takes, really!

  5. That top one is a classic, Sue. Excellent capture.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. I love the white background and the elegance of it. How do you do it?

    • Sue

      Ah, magic!! No, I have the sun streaming through whitish blinds with the flower placed in front of the blind. I then use Nik ColorEfex to create a slightly high key image in post processing, and voila!

  7. The first one looks like an illustration in one of those old books.

  8. They have beautiful souls, as do you. 🙂 🙂

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