Saturday, June 13, 2009

Rose Garden and Rose Show Roses

Today, I got some more beautiful shots of roses downtown near the Farmers Market and this afternoon, I went to the Rose Society show. Walking home, I found more roses that were just as beautiful as ones at the show. It was hard to decide which roses to share but finally decided to start with these:




9 comments:

Sue said...

Love the pretty colours! Especially the orange one :) Just stopping by to say hi :)

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

Lovely images... and beautiful roses... I do have a soft-spot in my heart for roses so it's an instant win thing for me! :)

Malyss said...

I like all of them, but the third one, the pink one, is really my favorite. I'm sure you had a great time at this Rose show.
Glad to see you're feeling better.

Katney said...

I hae only grown roses for a couple of years. For some reason I always thought it would be difficult. That couldn't be further from the truth--it's easy to have a lot of roses of many colors if you have the space. Wonerfully colorful through the summer. Perfect specimens like these are something I can't necessarily claim. Just lots and lots.

Love Bears All Things said...

Is the first one oarnge or yellow? I know sometimes color is effected by the transfer. I wondered because with that pink edging, it reminded me of Blush, which is a yellow rose with a pink blush. I used to have those in my garden when we owned the farm.
Mama Bear

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Isn't it amazing how many different roses there are? It's not surprising they are the world's favourite flower.

SandyCarlson said...

These are images of natural perfection. Gorgeous, Paulie!

Cindy said...

Beautiful roses. Especially the pink one. I love how it looks translucent around the edges.

Cindy

Cindi said...

The third one is my favorite (I just LOVE pink roses) but the first one is also really pretty. I can't tell if it's yellow mixed with orange, red, or a shade of pink. Whatever it is, it sure is pretty.

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