It’s actually pink. The center is such a pale pink, it’s almost white. The tinge of orange, and the gold at the center, are products of that late-afternoon-to-early evening light I’ve been going on about.
I live about a mile from one of the best outdoor public rose gardens in three states, and the day I took this first round of photos, only a dozen or so were blooming. You’ll be seeing a lot of roses here as the year wears on. Roses are photogenic, and they’re as unique as snowflakes.
Have a great Saturday, and spend some time in the sun if you’re fortunate enough to have nice weather.
You’ll be seeing more original photos here as we move into spring and summer. I got about 30 good shots yesterday, and I’m pretty much taking my camera everywhere I go now. I intended to make this part of our content from the very beginning, but it’s taken me this long to find both the time and the right weather for outdoor photography. I like to photograph flowers, sculpture, architecture, and heavy equipment, and we have an abundance of all those things in my hometown.