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Summer Rose in Mist and Rain

Maureen Spagnolo had this to say about taking this shot: "It was a perfectly pristine early Sunday morning, with a light rain, and a low mist that the sun hadn't disturbed. There was no one in Bishops' Garden when I got there. I was stunned by the bejeweled roses' beauty covered in rain drops, and most, in perfect bloom. It was magical. I was afraid to breathe - in case the moment would be lost (the crowds would descend, the sun would come out and ruin the soft light). I had just enough time."

Jul 28, 2013

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