Sunday, June 7, 2009

A Rose is a Rose . . .








7 comments:

Malyss said...

I particularly like the color of your first picture, this kind of pink is my favorite one. And the scenery of the last picture is so lovely. It seems you finally had good time this week-end!Ü

Kerri said...

These are lovely, Paulie!
I especially like the last shot with the gazebo too! Looks like a wonderful place to stop and "take it all in".
Hope you are feeling well!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Beautiful roses...again! Where are you finding these gems?

dot said...

Wow, those are gorgeous! There is no way I could pick a favorite.

Katney said...

My rose bushes are blooming profusely now, too.

Cindi said...

Such unique colors! You do a great job photographing flowers.

becky aka theRAV said...

Yes, indeedy.

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