03 July 2015

TAKE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ONE b



"Time's stern tide,
with cold Oblivion's wave,
shall soon dissolve each fair,
each fading charm."
(Anna Seward)

8 comments:

  1. It made me smile seeing the roses - I have dragged and pampered two roses all over the USA with me - it is incredibly hard to find scented roses in the USA - they prefer looks over smell - but a rose is meant to be smelt and I have two wonderful ones and even when the flowers have finished I collect the leaves and turn them into potpourri

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    1. Hari OM
      What you say is true.... but these are camellias.... &*> a rose by any other name...

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  2. Beautiful flowers and I do love them!! Such a wonderful, colorful flower for the day -- whatever their name, although I did recognize them as camellias!! Hope you're getting ready for a lovely weekend, Yam!! Enjoy!!

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  3. So rustic looking!! We have similar rose bushes in our neighborhood, and in the similar state of, a tad past bloomtime :-).

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  4. Lovely wall and well of course you know how we feel about RED
    Hugs madi your bff

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  5. This is a perfect match of prose and photo! Have a great weekend, xx

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  6. The roses and rock wall look lovely together! Enjoy your day!

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