I seldom see a white rose in the garden or flower shop that’s why when I saw this one among the other flowers by the road I couldn’t help but to recall the last time I saw one. I remember we had a tree-like plant that bore white rose-like flowers when I was young. We called it Rosal but unlike the real rose, it had an aroma I couldn’t explain. It smelled eucalyptus or anything like that when it bloomed. The flowers would normally show up between April and May then I would pick some to put in a vase. And our little house would smell heavenly, hehee! This white rose I took smells nothing though.
It doesn’t matter if it smells nothing like Rosal. Its white color is so pure that an aroma is not needed to attract anybody’s eyes. I don’t know why white roses are rare when I believe they surely blend good with other colors in a bouquet. Maybe you could help me find some reasons for this.
As for my photo, you may notice that the background is sharper than the main object. I failed this time to get the focus on the object that’s why the flower looked a little bit blurred. Tsk, there’s so much to learn about photography.