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Monday, January 10, 2011

The Rose

Roses will return in the spring
Blooming all their beautiful colors

Do you have roses in your garden?

11 comments:

Stefanie said...

Oh yes, we have roses in our garden; you can see them here for example:
http://gegenliebe.blogspot.com/2010/09/wunder-der-wirklichkeit.html
The last one of 2010 I took in in December, you can see it here:
http://gegenliebe.blogspot.com/2010/12/spiegelschrift.html
We had a lot of snow until January 5; now it's water and water and water.

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

This picture is amazing Janie.
Have a nice week:)

Greetings, Berit.

Janie2 said...

Stefanie,
I will definitely check out your garden today. Thank you.

Berit:
Your skies are looking lovely there along with the deep cold snow. Thanks again,

Becky said...

That's funny you posted about roses. Just yesterday I was thinking about my grandmother who had a climbing yellow rose outside her back door. I have visualized them, but I couldn't remember if they had a scent or not. They only bloomed once during the year, much like Celia Brunner roses. They are a very real memory for me.

SouthernSass said...

Beautiful photo!! I do not have Rose's but my grandmother used to grow the most beautiful and she always seemed to catch me when I was tempted to pick one. Thanks for this post - you brought back great memories for me!

Mariann Lennert said...

Yes! and I love the smell of roses :)

Janie2 said...

Becky,
I love hearing your stories from childhood about your family and your turf. Thanks for posting your comments.

SouthernSass,
I think everyone is tempted to pick the roses, or flowers. In previous house I saw people picking my roses. Children included.

Mariann,
Do you have roses in Denmark? I too enjoy the fragrances, and the multi colors of them. Thanks for stopping by.

Ann Nichols said...

Do you know...our rose bushes are still giving us beautiful roses! In fact, there is a rose hanging on the bush outside my kitchen window that bloomed on Christmas Eve and is still there! It's old now - like a dear old granny - but I just can't believe how long it's been greeting me each day. This from a bush whose roses normally last no longer than 3 days!
Thanks for you kind words about my kitty! He is doing better and better each day!!!
Blessings!
Ann

Tommy Andre Nekkoy said...

I think the rose is the Queen of flowers - this one is just beautiful - Well done

Angela said...

What beautiful light!

Gerry said...

Very nice!