Red Roses in a White Vase

This simple bouquet of two roses and some baby’s breath will last forever (or until it gets so dusty the roses don’t look red any longer) because I dried the roses by hanging them upside down in a cool spot for several months.

After I took the photo, I tried a few filters in the Topaz Studio program which is a free download.

Roses are angiosperms,
Violets are, too.
Sugar is C12H22O11
We know this from peer review.
– Author Unknown –

Impasto filter

Roses are red,
Violets are blue.
Some poems rhyme,
Some don’t.
– Author Unknown –

Pointillism filter

Roses are red and violets are purple
Sugar is sweet and so is maple surple.
– Roger Miller –

Textured impressionist filter

Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
Please flush the toilet
after you’re through.
– Author Unknown –

‘Fine Wine’ filter

Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
Please don’t kiss me,
‘cuz I have the flu.
– Author Unknown –

Original photo

8 thoughts on “Red Roses in a White Vase

  1. These photos are beautiful! No need to learn how to paint with photo aps.

    On another note. I loved viewing the baby robins and owlets. Very National Geographic. You have a great eye.


    1. Thanks Joy. I guess I’d just rather take photos and play with them than pick up a pencil or brush!


    1. I do hang them, sort of. I have one of those digital photo frames. It sits on the ledge in the kitchen.


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