Thursday, October 21, 2010

A few final blooms.

Earlier in the week I was writing about Christmas decorations and today I'm holding onto summer with a few final blooms from some of our rose bushes. 



Here they are captured in the late afternoon sun

 
No editing other then resizing and adding text.


I liked how the sun highlighted the petals


So to all of you where summer is just beginning
I appreciate photos of your roses



because it's Mum season here.

10 comments:

kerrie said...

You know I can never tire of seeing roses. They are beauty. Rain is finally coming to us so it feels a bit more like Autumn. Though Tuesday before I got sick I was swimming and it felt like summer still...I even got tan!

Ms EM said...

Absolutely beautiful pictures. If you get a chance head over to my blog for yesterdays pics at my place! Fall at it's finest. http://www.goodmemoriescafe.blogspot.com

Love your blog. I read your posts via my Google Reader.

Carole said...

I love roses.

Lady Grey said...

Beautiful! I can't believe this are still in full bloom like this. Gorgeous!
oxo

La Dolfina said...

Show off!!
Have the very best weekend Rita!!
Love you,
Terri

Marie said...

Oh you're so lucky that you still have rose blooms. Mine are gone...dormant... I love the first rose you have there...it's the color of blush.

Happy Friday!
-marie

Blooming Rose Musings said...

Your roses look so pretty. I just noticed I have a few new buds. They are small but I'm hoping to welcome a few last roses. We had rain all week so it is beginning to feel like fall here.
Your pictures are so pretty!

Burlap Luxe said...

Beautiful Rita!!!
And the photography is amazing :)

Love your beauty and talent in your photos!
Have a beautiful insppiring Sunday.
xoxo
Dore

becky at abbeystyle said...

Yes, mum's the word these days, isn't it?

Couture Millinery Atelier. said...

I would hold on to the beauty like this too.:-) I have several rose bushes in my garden and all of them are still blossoming. I think Fall colors have very rich pallet to them as is, but add to it splashes of pale pink or ruby red and the Fall becomes breathtaking!:-)

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