Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Free Pictures Of Roses

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The earliest of these lovely pictures of roses in sunlight were taken in the rose garden of a friend's house in Fort Bragg, California. These pictures of roses were some of the first pics I posted to Free Nature Pictures, and they're still among the best.

Also, I've recently added some new rose pictures taken in the Denver Botanical Gardens. The new pictures are higher resolution and higher quality, but I still think the actual roses from the original series were nicer - more full and well-rounded, with more lush petals.

These rose images are great for making your own valentines, and they always get a lot more popular around February 14th. Rose pictures by any other name...

Like all of our pictures, these rose images are free to download and use for any purpose you can imagine. You can use our roses pictures on your website or blog, in books and print media, and of course in Valentine's day cards. We only ask that if you enjoy our pics of roses and find them useful, please credit us with a link or by sharing your favorite of these rose pics on your favorite social media site.
The first two rows of pictures on this page will take you to a whole page of rose images. The last two rows open in a seperate window ready for you to download to your computer now. You will find some posters and prints for sale along the way. If you find one that will work perfectly on your wall, I hope you will purchase them here. If you find a rose picture that would enhance your own website, please feel free to post it there. All I ask is that you link back to me. You can find a handy copy and paste code at the bottom of this page to use for that purpose.
Free Pictures Of Roses 
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
Free Pictures Of Roses
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Free Pictures Of Roses
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