garden roses

Rosaceae: Divine Asymmetry

4 thoughts on “Rosaceae: Divine Asymmetry

  1. Strangely, I find myself drawn to the leaves and the background more than the flowers. The greens of the colors and the similarity of them plus the b.g. appear to be overwhelming.


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