Once again, following the awesome Lori Plyler over at Studio Waterstone
for I Heart Macro today...Please join us, it's tons of fun!
In the heat of the summer I sometimes miss the lushness of the first bloom of my roses. These macro shots were taken this past June, when I'd put together the first cuttings of my roses and peonies into a lush bouquet for the dinner table.
|This beauty is an antique rose, a Madame Plantier. |
Probably one of my favorites, it's lovely and the scent is just divine!
|The red roses were in a bouquet purchased for my daughter's dance |
recital, as is the babies breath. The orange roses are mine. I know it's
a David Austin variety, but more than that, I'm clueless. Ah well ;)
This photo has been edited with some of The Pioneer Woman's
actions...have you found her actions for Photoshop? *Love*!
|Another edited with The Pioneer Woman's actions.|
|And one more edited. You can sort of see the vase I was using -|
an antique silver tea pot gotten from the Brimfield Fair a few years back.
|My Sarah Bernhardt Peony. *Love* this plant!|
|A parting shot of my favorite Madame Plantier.|
Is there anything at this time of year that you yearn for?
(Well, other than school starting up again, of course ;)
And please join us over at Lori's blog for I Heart Macro!
It's so much fun seeing what everyone macros!