A trifle late for Valentine's Day perhaps but here are a couple of shots of roses from the garden of my residence up on the Tablelands. Someone comes and mows the lawns once in a while (and the plumbing, but that's another story) but otherwise the garden is rather neglected. For all that, the solitary rose bush out the back has put on a magnificent show.
The smaller shot is obviusly a different bud but, here's the twist, it's the same bush. The only difference between the photos is the time of day they were taken. The little image was taken early one evening in low light conditions and the larger image was taken in fairly full light during the day. So, can anyone tell me how to get round my camera's mendacious tendencies ? For the record it's an Olympus Camedia C740 and already approaching obsolescence based on my recent window shopping to get a work camera.