Personal Photo Project of the Week No. 26 Alpha

This week’s project was to photograph State Center’s Rose Garden. I might have gotten slightly carried away.

The Best Place to Seek God

A few more pictures from the “The Best Place to Seek God” Sessions:

More to come in the days that follow.

4 thoughts on “Personal Photo Project of the Week No. 26 Alpha”

  1. It had rained the night before. I think about halfway through Personal Photo Project of the Week No. 26 Beta” you will notice a drying of the flowers.

    It was a very lucky break for me, because I’m pretty sure that I didn’t even bring my spray bottle.

  2. I love the pink roses – those are always symbolic for me.

    I am assuming they engineered the yellow-and-red roses (although those could absolutely exist in nature, and I don’t know it). I remember that Barb Henning used to make blue/white ones for Ogden events – it always seemed like such a fun thing to do, but I thought it happened after they were cut.

  3. I guess I’m not sure what you mean by “engineered”. Pretty much all types of flowers are the result of “engineering”. That also goes for almost all breeds of dogs and cats.

    However, all of these flowers are growing in a garden. They haven’t been cut and dyed. What you see is how they grew, but they were definitely engineered to look like that.

    I am curious about what Barb did now. I’ll have to ask her at some point in the future.

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