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Friday, August 2, 2013

Past It's Prime

Even past its prime, this rose is still beautiful in its own way! I think that recognizing beauty in things that are often overlooked is a huge part of being a good photographer.

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Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Past its prime, but still very pretty.

Stephanie said...

This is lovely! I too, love taking shots of dying flowers as there is still beauty in them.

Our photos said...

Beautiful photo!

Karen said...

Oh yes indeed, still beautiful!

Andrea said...

yes that is beautiful, i also love taking shots of spent flowers. No problem 'beauty is always in the eyes of....'.

guild-rez said...

As a gardener I would take my scissors to cut the wilted flower but your picture shows the beauty of the dying flower.
Thank you!!

Carver said...

Very beautiful. I love flowers at all stages.

DeniseinVA said...

Always beautiful, no matter what stage of its life. This is a wonderful photo Sarah. Thank you for not only sharing this wonderful rose but also for being our Guest Friend this week :)

Judy said...

I love the way the petals have faded!!! Such a different shape to the rose now!!

Misty DawnS said...

You truly have an eye for beauty. Glad I found your blog.

Self Sagacity said...

Interesting take. I love the capture.

Tootsie said...

Your flaunt today is unusual, I have enjoyed it.
Thank you so much for linking in this week...I appreciate everyone who joins in.

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Arija said...

Most of us are past our prime . . .
Love your guest friend shots with the droplet reflecting flowers and the ladybird so kindly posing in the heart of the aster.