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A while back, after discovering a deserted little cove, my husband and I were exploring the small shoreline when we discovered 12, red, long-stemmed roses, which had been left behind.
While hiking with my husband, I found a dozen long-stemmed, red roses strewn across the rocks of an abandoned beach near Shore Acres State Park. They were so beautiful, and smelled so sweet, you'd think they were put there just to be found by me.
This is not a real tip, just a beautiful rose with the target rose being the main focus. The bush had several this spring and I like the background being slightly out of focus which emphasizes the target rose well. Hope you like!
The coloration of the blossom on this rose illuminates my back deck. The rose bush is planted in a large flower pot and flourishes during the spring and early fall with buds of red crimson. After a rain it is kissed by the droplets and glistens.
I took this photo some time ago, using some of my camera's special settings. I have always loved red roses the most.
When I bought my house 25 years ago there was a small "wild" rose bush in the garden up against the house. Each year I would cut it back, and it would bloom a few roses. Each year it grows bigger.
I submitted this picture for several reasons. The evening light was just right. The rose was opened to just the right degree. Less and it would have been a bud. More and it would have looked like a cabbage rose. And color. This is the closest I've come to capturing the true red violet color of this 'Dark Desire' rose.
My favorite rose is Kordes Perfecta. I've grown it for several years. I've showcased it here on ThriftyFun. The breeder, Kordes, rightly gave the rose the name Perfecta, and I'm sure, proudly attached his own name, as well.
This is a beautiful red rose, my favorites like a lot of people's. I walked through my neighborhood and came across this picture perfect rose, just this one, in my neighbor's garden.
This climbing rose blossom is a beauty to behold. It has a velvety dark red appearance to it and when the sunlight hits it each petal glimmers with a red velvet look. The climbing rose bush is attached to a rose arbor that my husband made at the corner of our property.
This knockout rose bud shimmers in the light. It is between the bud stage and blossom. It is beginning to unfold and will become a beautiful blossom of red petals beaming with the light that shines on them.
I took this photo with my camera phone outside of a restaurant.
My knockout roses did not bloom well this summer due to the extreme heat. At the end of September, early October, the rosebuds were full of coloration and the buds were formed perfectly and opened into a stunning rose blossom.
At the risk of being cautioned for submitting too similar pictures, I give you this shot of Dark Desire rose.
Rose petals are a delicacy for Spring and Summer. The velvety petals stuns the sun to shine through the trees upon the delicate rose bush casting a heavenly haze on the rosebuds that open up into the glamour of the rose as the petals open up in the sunshine.
The morning sun rays flicker through the rose blossoms and the red roses were like flames of rose color kissed by the sunlight shining through the petals.
The statue of the angel holding the tiny bird in her hand sits behind a beautiful red knockout rose. In the spring and summer the Knockout rose is full of beautiful red rose blossoms. I captured the picture and then edited the picture to make it appear that the angel was in a shadow.
My knock out red rose radiates a coloration of brilliance.
This knockout rose was in bloom in early November after a rain shower, it displayed its deep red color on a cloudy day.
This is a rose held in the opening blue sky on a cool Autumn day. From a vantage point below the flower and above the ground, there are thoughts of knowing an insect's perception, tracking clouds in a daydream, and being enlivened by contrasts of rich, natural color.
The rose garden is in full bloom right now in mid April and here is a partial view of the Don Juan climbing roses, knock out roses, and in the forefront the pale pink roses are the Carefree Beauty.