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    Baham Farzad, Birmingham, Al -- photography

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    • Michael Hehn

      Flower / Rose Flower / Macro Rose / Rose Flower / colors / nature / water drops on the window as back drop / macro / water / drops /: Windowlight / window light Macro photography - For the best results, please view this Macro Rose on black BG by cli 6 time tested and proven strategies for picking the right roses for your geographical location... Get Your Roses Mini-Course For Free Now!

    • Tamara Haney

      Love this picture. It's the perfect single flower--absolutely adore the color of this one!

    • Venera Pighills

      EXPLORED! Rose Flower Macro -... Like, pin, share!

    • E bluribus

      Rose Flower Macro - roses with light get at the very heart of creation

    • K. Howard

      Colors...Rose Flower Macro - IMGP7771 by Bahman Farzad, via Flickr

    • Nada Chanel

      'Rose Flower Macro' by Bahman Farzad ~ photographed in Macro

    • ellena kubiak

      Beautiful Flowers

    • Amit

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