Photo-a-Day (Wednesday, 25th May, 2011)
Photo: Jeff Haydock (Nikon D40. Helios 135mm manual lens)
Beautiful, yellow rose means joy and friendship, looks in wonderful condition. Wish mine could look like that. Do you know what variety it is Jeff?
Beautiful photo.....this is the kind of picture you get on expensive birthday cards in garden centres.
I'm sorry, I asked my father in law if he could remember what it was called and he could'nt. Its sadly ironic but he passed away yesterday evening peacefully at home just a few hours before this photo appeared on Wigan world.
ohh i love yellow roses...lovely photo
A nice picture. Well composed. A fitting tribute to your father in law. Cheers.
That is a beautiful rose..and a sad story about your Father In Law,I think you were meant to take this photo of his rose to remember him by.
The yellow rose is fine ,But the texture of the leaves makes the picture .
Everything Maureen Andrews said and Condolences to All the Family.. God Bless...
Thank you all for your kind wishes, its much appreciated.
A beautifull photograph, chrispy sharp & well saturated colour. Nice shot Thanks
I could almost smell the scent from this picture. Beautiful. So sad about your father in law but a lovely picture to remember him by.
love to see roses, sorry about your father in law .
Jeff, it really is a superb photo and a wonderful and fitting tribute to a wonderful man. George will be sadly missed by us all. A true gentleman
So sorry to hear about your father-in-law Jeff, condolences to all the family.
A beautiful picture and a very sad and moving tribute to your father-in-law. Our thoughts are with you.
Jeff, I agree with Jean you can almost smell it. I know he loved and spent lots of time in his garden. He would have been touched and proud with the picture. A very fitting tribute.
Lovely photo, and a lovely memory for Uncle George. Such a lovely man, always happy xxxx
I think the flower is called goldenrain or something like that. Margaret and jean Know the name of the flower. But another good photo. george always picked the best plants of alll time.