dusty rose

today is my big 3-0. where does the time go?

All Photos, Natural Beauty

  1. Rachel says:

    Happy Birthday!

  2. IITQ says:

    Hey Lor

    Happy birthday!

    BTW, did you no that your photos don’t show on some RSS feed readers? I think you need to modify your feed template to use image tages as follows:

    The trailing slash is the important part.

    have a great day.

  3. IITQ says:

    Blast. The tag didn’t show. Let me try that without the braces:

    img src=”URL”/

  4. Otto K. says:

    oh how pretty. Happy birthday!

  5. Robert says:

    Happy birthday! Roses are always called for. Nice work in the PP. It’s very painterly.

  6. Eugene says:

    Beautiful shot!

    Happy belated birthday :)!

  7. The light, washed out tones actually work really well here, giving a nostalgic and somewhat graphic look. I like it a lot.

    (And it’s a bit late, but happy birthday.)

  8. Lorissa says:

    Thank you all for the comments and lovely birthday wishes! I really appreciate it :)

    @IITQ – Thanks for the heads-up on the RSS. That should be all fixed now.

  9. Vivienne says:

    Just seen this and it’s beautiful. When I shoot for garden magazines they always want the spent flowers and heads removed – the flowers have to be perfect and either budding or blooming (unless it’s something on disease or seeds). It means their pages look good but to ignore the spent flowers is to ignore a crucial part of the cycle, isn’t it?

  10. Brian Chen says:

    Again with the wonderful dreamy effect, well done.

  11. JD says:

    the muted colours are stunning, gd shot :,


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