Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Smells




There is always one morning in early June when one walks out of the door, and the scent of wild roses drifts through the warming air. They are small and grow in the rougher places. Each year, I smell them before I see them.
365/2011

10 comments:

  1. oh, wild roses, I do like them, too. Wonderful scent! Well done processing, makes look at them in a new way.

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  2. I've not experienced wild roses, only those which take a lot of gardening time. I look forward to a visit in your part of the country some day and put wild roses on the must-smell list!

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  3. Hi Bobbie,
    We have some behind our barn that bloom. They smell wonderful. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

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  4. Fun way to present a simple photo.

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  5. Love the multiple layout of this image.

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  6. The fly eye's view of the rose is a clever way to show them.

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  7. Neat way of presenting your subject. We have wild roses but ours are pale pink.

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  8. I can almost smell them myself!

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  9. I like the fly eye view too and the scent of wild roses, the various ones here are pink.

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