Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Rose Overload?

I am hoping that most of my readers at least 'like' roses.If you don't care for them than this is certainly rose overload today.I do like roses and enjoy taking many images when I have the chance.


Here are some edited images.I had fun doing these.All editing was done in Lightroom and the frames were added in Photoshop













Thought for Today:
Don't walk in front of me————
I may not follow.
Don't walk behind me————
I may not lead.
Walk beside me————
And just be my friend.


Thanks for taking a walk with me through the roses.

26 comments:

  1. You should know that I could never suffer from rose overload. Your edits are all beautiful.

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  2. They make a pretty contrast with the snow. Never too many roses!

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  3. I enjoyed them all, Ruth. Even if I didn't like roses (which I do, of course), I always enjoy a beautiful photograph.

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  4. Beautiful!! I love the snow on the roses. Did you ever hear the Mac Davis song "Stop and Smell the Roses" always a favorite of mine. The jist of the song ... the road of life can be rough and rocky - make sure you stop and smell the roses along the way (pay attention to the beauty). In these long days of winter - when everything is white and brown - it's wonderful to add a little color!!

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  5. Not an overload at all, just beautiful roses!

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  6. No such thing as a overload on Roses!! Looks like fun 'playing' with them :) Pretty!!!

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  7. and walk with you ended with two most beautiful of all as the last two... if you do to much playing you might need one of my blue wrist thingys... LOL

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  8. These are beautiful Ruth. I never tire of seeing roses. :-)

    Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady

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  9. Beautiful colors in these edits!!! Love the rose in the snow concept!!

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  10. I could never tire of seeing roses or any other flower. Your images are beautiful and I love the shots with the roses in the snow.

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  11. Well it seems the consensus is that it's not possible to suffer from rose overload...as you must know, I certain agree! These are magnificent...all are gorgeous but there is something about #2 that makes it my fave!

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  12. Wow, fantastic edits and love the quote.

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  13. Roses in the snow is poetic, and like you, I adore roses. Walk with me, my friend.
    As a rose enthusiastic said "I would like my roses to meet you."

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  14. Ha ha that is "as a rose enthusiast said".

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  15. How could anyone tire of roses? Especially these. They are beautiful!

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  16. Beautiful and Beautifully done.

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  17. I certainly enjoyed this peaceful walk today....Each photo displays such amazing beauty and in the last photo, it's like looking at velvet..
    enjoyed..
    shug

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  18. These beautiful rose photographs certainly brightened my day. Lovely!

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  19. Your roses are beautiful! I don't think I could ever get tired of them.

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  20. These roses are such a joy to see - a great way to end the month of February!

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  21. Never can get enough roses Ruth!!! These are Super!!

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  22. i LOVE your thought for today!!

    beautiful roses and images, it's interesting to see the snow blended with roses. i like it!!

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  23. How could anyone not like roses? How could anyone not enjoy your photography? Impossible! Lovely pics, and photo-play.. one and all.

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  24. Ruth I just had to come back and look again, I just never get tired of looking at flowers.

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Ruth