Picasa 3 is the free software program I use when I "play" with the photos. I can never quite find the exact color I am trying to get. Keep at it and I might.
I didn't realize nasturtiums had such a strong spicy scent until the first time I used them in a bouquet and brought them in the house.
The colors in the above photo were enhanced and those below are the original colors straight from the camera with a bit of vignette on the corners.
The stove below was in the dining room of my childhood home. It's missing many of its' parts, but I have fond memories of taking a bath in an old metal tub next to it. The radio also stood next to the stove. That was back in the day when radios were about 3 ft high and 2 ft wide and we didn't have television. I can still smell the fuel oil and remember watching the flames in the tiny windows.
Every bouquet has to have a final resting place and this one ended up on the table in the entry way.
Good to BE!