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Old May 26, 2011, 3:35 PM   #1
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After quite a few attempts I finally made it into the Pentax Gallery. Taken at the rose garden at Mesa Community College in Mesa, AZ
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Old May 26, 2011, 4:24 PM   #2
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After quite a few attempts I finally made it into the Pentax Gallery. Taken at the rose garden at Mesa Community College in Mesa, AZ

Very, very nice image. Congrats on making the Gallery. Well deserved.

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Congratulations. That's an excellent image!
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Congrats, I like the subtle colors and sharpness yet the flower looks soft to the touch, nice job

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Congrats on getting in! Very lovely colors, and it's nice to see a flower looking soft like that (mine all end up being sharp, just always have processed them that way).
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Thanks for all the kind comments. I was surprised to see the amount of roses in this huge garden in Arizona-didn't think they could survive in that extreme heat. My late mother only had Talisman Roses which were the orange color. I don't think this is that variety-but it reminded me of my youth in PA-a long time ago.
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Congrats, you'll see after the first one it goes a lot easier
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Congratulations on this very well-deserved recognition. This is certainly a lovely photo - wonderful use of color and great detail!
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congrats mate - great photo love the colour - always feels good when you get your first photo in - really need to take some more photos see if i cant get a few more in
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