Saturday, October 24, 2009

Creamy Yellow Rose

While people up north are getting autumn temperatures and colorful leaves, the weather is is only just starting to cool off as we start to enter the dry season.  While I wish I could get photos of snow and leaves for holiday themed artwork, I also enjoy having some flowers all year long.  In cold climates there is a burst of flowers in a few short months while in warm climates you have them all year but not quite so many at a time. Every plant has its season.

While walking back from the bank yesterday through Tultitlán and then Cuautitlán, I took a few photos of flowering trees and plants.  I almost missed this rose flower from a very tall shrub growing over a wall. The flower was above me in the light so as photos are judged, it was very bad lighting, but I thought it was very pretty so I took the photo anyway in hopes of turning it into art.

Creamy Yellow Rose


Creamy Yellow Rose by Christopher Johnson
Creamy Yellow Rose by Christopher Johnson

Creamy Yellow Rose 2


Creamy Yellow Rose 2 by Christopher Johnson
Creamy Yellow Rose 2 by Christopher Johnson

Creamy Yellow Rose - Divinity


Creamy Yellow Rose - Divinity by Christopher Johnson
Creamy Yellow Rose - Divinity by Christopher Johnson