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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

past its prime . . .


I was changing the container to keep the roses from my daughter's Sweet 16th Birthday and noticed that when it comes to drying flowers - not all flowers are created equal. Roses do a fine job drying out on their own . . .



but some of the others do not hold up as well. (especially the daffodils)



isn't that the saddest looking 'happy' flower?

10 comments:

  1. That is a sad little flower on the last one, it looks like it is asking to be hugged. That's a great shot.

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  2. Yep that last one doesn't look as pretty. I'll bet it was gorgeous a few weeks ago.

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  3. Love those shots. It's amazing how the flowers dry differently.

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  4. Love the daisies/chrysanthemums....they dried amazingly well. The daffy is pathetic, truely.

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  5. They might look as beautiful as they did in their prime, but they make for very interesting photos!

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  6. I left a comment before, but just in case they don't come back I'll do it again. I think the flowers look kinda cool, even the daffodil!

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  7. I left a message, too--disappearing ink, I think. I really like the way the daisies/chrysanthemums dried--very cool. The daffy is just plain pathetic.

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  8. Love the way some flowers dry, lots of character.

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  9. Oh yeah, the roses definitely held their own better than the daffodil!

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