Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Le Jardin de Musée Rodin: Three Ways of Looking at a Rose





June 20, 2010


23 comments:

  1. ohh! pink rose.. beautiful..:)

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  2. Truly beautiful rose! I just love do simply photo editing techniques that produces different views of the same image. Happy WW!

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  3. I would say these were the perfect roses. Big bonus: they were in Paris!

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  4. Beautiful rose, but an interesting display of the difference cropping or angles can make a difference. Lucky you to be taking Paris photographs.

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  5. Lovely :) They would make a nice desktop background shot.

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  6. OMG! I really love this rose! beautiful shot!

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  7. Lovely shots. My favourite is the last one as it gives more of a Paris feel. Musee de Rodin is one of my favourite places in Paris- so beautiful.

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  8. Thank you for offering your opinion, Louise. I tend to agree. The garden was the first place we visited in Paris.

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  9. What a gorgeous rose! I can not pick a favorite. :)

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  10. I love the three versions...cropping is such a great way to change our perspective.

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  11. Beautiful photos - I like the last one, with the smaller, less sharp rose in the background, like an echo,or ghost, of the main bloom. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/Yar0fo

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  12. Beautiful! What a fun way to play with the photos.

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  13. Gorgeous!
    I love roses for their simple perfection - nice close-ups.

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