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Old Jul 17, 2006, 8:46 PM   #11
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Hi Dr. C

great picsI caught this after a shower at work
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Old Jul 19, 2006, 7:34 PM   #12
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Here are some different roses ... the type made of icing ... youngest son and new bride's wedding cake from Friday :-)

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Old Jul 19, 2006, 8:49 PM   #13
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Here is one of a wild rose from here in the Northwest. Known as a wood rose, it is found all over theplace and makes a nuisance of itself, sort of like wild blackberries. It spreads from root feeders so can take over a hillside. In its own way it is pretty and I'm sure it serves a purpose in the wild, but not near as pretty as the domesticrose. Shows you what they started from. I shot this in jpg and it is a little dark- Bruce


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Old Jul 19, 2006, 9:49 PM   #14
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Here are some different roses ... the type made of icing ... youngest son and new bride's wedding cake from Friday :-)

Cheers, Mike
Congratulations, Mike. Best wishes to the couple.

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Old Jul 19, 2006, 11:43 PM   #15
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Mike - Congrats and good luck to the newlyweds.

bp - We have those wild roses in the national forest not far from where I live. They are pretty in their own way, especially if you find them while hiking along a streambed miles from the closest home. Unfortunately, they also are well armed - as I found out the hard way one time!
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What a beautiful cake! I wish your son and his wife a happy marriage!

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Old Jul 20, 2006, 7:33 AM   #17
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An English Dog Rose found along the hedge rows
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Old Jul 20, 2006, 7:34 AM   #18
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Not to be confused with the Field Rose, also found in hedge rows
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here's my contribution. most of our wild roses look like Bruce's, at least in colouring. these grow along a stretch of an old railroad bed we sometimes use as a haul road. i've been by there twice this year hoping for some good shots and both times it's been really too windy :sad:. i took a few hand held in between gusts anyhow.

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These wild rose pictures are fun! Well done.
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