A wild rose in a ditch beside a country road in East Gwillimbury
This week's Photo Hunter challenge: Pink
A bit battered, perhaps, but still lovely. Well, at least the little white spider appears to be enamored with the blossom.
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Lovely photo! Wild roses are so pretty!
And your previous posts are also great; The SkyWatch is simply stunning! And I didn't wish you a happy Canada day! Love the sepia you did on that one!
Regarding the shot of the bumblebee: I only used my steady hands - no stand! I have a steady hand! :)
Mmmmm I can almost smell them. Wild roses are beautiful. Lovely macro shot.
I very often find that wild flowers look far better than the garden varieties - as you have shown here.
PS Thank you for then comments - I'll look forward to any bench you post. With your ability they are bound to make good subjects.
have a wonderful weekend.
It is interesting how some things - like flowers - can be all beat up but still look enchanting...
Nice shot, and I'm glad the spider cooperated with you!
Lovely great shot,
wild roses are special ^__^
I thought you were going to say you still loved it...I see what you are saying about the spider. I really like it, too. Spider and all.
Pretty in pink, EG.... Love it!!!!
Have a great weekend.
I have a Rose almost the same color. We have little white spiders like that here too.
That Rose is such a pretty color EG.
This is so fresh!
That's a beautiful wild rose. Happy weekend.
I almost didn't see that little visitor.
How lucky to live where wild roses grow.
This is definitely a pink wild rose. The battered look just adds to its charm.
Kinda like people when they get old. . . they can still be lovely.
I love that shade of pink!
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