The day we hiked to Portland's Rose Garden was very bright and sunny, so it was actually rather difficult to make photos of the roses that weren't too bright and glaring. Here is one that turned out OK.
This one is an interesting mistake. I was doing in-camera HDR to reduce the contrast in the pictures. Even though the shutter speed was very fast, and the interval between exposures was a fraction of a second, a breeze moved the roses enough so that the images weren't perfectly superimposed. I kind of like the effect.