9.01.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Flowers of Summer

by Mary Denman   @MaryDenman

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These are roses from my yard. They may be small, but they're pretty!

Joseph's Coat Rose

Lavender Rose 
Old Rose
Joseph's Coat

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15 comments:

  1. Good morning Mary,
    thanks a lot for your kind comment.
    Roses delight me more or less the whole year. I assume I took the last rose blossom last year right before Christmas on a frosty day.
    By the way: Did you take your blog's head photo at Lago di Garda / Garda lake in Italy??? It looks somehow familiar to me!

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    1. You're very welcome! Your pictures are beautiful!
      You are very close about the lake in my header. I took that at Lake Como, Italy! The terrain is definitely similar.
      Thank you for dropping by!

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  2. Beautiful roses! Have a lovely scented week! ;)

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    1. Thanks Tina! I know you're enjoying your spring!

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  3. Beautiful shots Mary nice colours too :-)

    Have a bloomingtastic week :-)

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  4. Beautiful! I can never get enough photos of flowers. Or flowers for photos :)

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    1. Me either Claudia! I love what you're doing with your artwork!!

      Have a great day!

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  5. Very beautiful garden. Love all the colors of your roses.

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  6. I need this in my life today! So gloomy where I am and I am in need of colors which these photos have lots of!

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  7. Wow - definitely love that Joseph's Coat colour! gorgeous. I think I will definitely try planting some roses next year.

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  8. The Old Rose really attracted my attention. Beautiful and quaint.

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  9. Gorgeous. There's something so nice and elegant about photographing a rose

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  10. I'm fascinated by what Joseph's Coat really looked like, for someone to name such a pretty rose after it!

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