Having just spent some time in Los Angeles with our granddaughter while Mom and Dad were away, I was reminded of just how beautiful rose blooms were right now in that part of the country. Our daughter and her husband have beautiful flower gardens surrounding their house and I have featured some of their flowers on this blog. With that inspiring me, I have attached five macro shots I have taken from two different photo shoots.
This is the third and last post in a series about a weekend getaway my wife and I did to Prescott, Arizona in late October. The series has focused on our visit to the Sharlot Hall Museum. In the first blog, I included some shots of the log buildings that are on the grounds of the museum and the second blog focused on shots I took inside some of those log structures. This last post is of the Territorial Rose Garden on the grounds. The garden was originally planted in 1948 on the south side of the Governor’s Mansion. In 1974, it was moved to its current location on the north side of the Governor’s Mansion where it can be seen from the street. We were fortunate in capturing the garden at its peak for the season as we head further into fall and winter.
Territorial Rose Garden
Enjoy these macro shots of stunning blooms from a beautiful rose garden.
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Yellow
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Red
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Purple
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Pink
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Pink Bud
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Pink and Orange
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Orange
Arizona Territorial Rose Garden – Orange Bud
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