Well,days ago,i told you that"she"was changing:)and that she had *opened the face* to the sun again...Yes, she did it for two days, 6 and 7 after,she changed again,it was 8 oct., i took some photos in the morning and again,6 hours after in the afternoon.Was amazing to see, how she grew and changed; in the morning she hide again but the stamens, were showing a bit. In the afternoon she seemed adult..the stamens had no place there and she seemed old, looking at the petals... yet, what before was a nice face had now,to me, an appearance of aging and perhaps some suffering...i thought that was the end arrival and that in the next day...the rose was *PUM*"" FINISHED! But NO!...curiously, NO! However,i find this photo interesting, near the other, of the days before and also the one of the same day. I will wait one day or two to see how she developes to show you again.
By now, today:)she seemed to have gone through an Institute of Beauty to renew and to rejuvenate,lol!
Nature is really unpredictable....
I hope you still enjoy...Thank you very much for seeing and i wish you all, a very good week ahead and much inspiration !
(with zoom is better)
Oct 27, 2011 7:34:18 pmby Chipka Homepage »
Really amazing shots and comparisons. Sometimes, flowers like roses, will appear to wilt and get tired, and then because of something in the soil, they will rejuvenate? Or, as you said, maybe she went to one of those Beauty Clinics and had a little bit of work done. At any rate, I love this image with the soft, wilting petals. When roses reach this point, it is always a little bit sad, but still, somehow, magical! The colors are superb...such nice, soft colors, almost like parchment, or maybe some kind of silk.