Tag Archives: Roses
Roses bow down low kissing the grass goodbye nature saying be aware ~~~ For more phoneography visit Lens and Pens by Sally for other contributions to this weekly challenge.
To the artist there is never anything ugly in nature ~Auguste Rodin The rains came leaving green hills and valleys covered with wildflowers strewn about like gold; poppies and mustard stretching for miles. And in the garden, the roses that had … Continue reading
The phoneography challenge is hosted by Lens and Pens by Sally; visit her blog for other’s entries in the macro category today.
And when the beauty of full flower is spent, a rose is still a rose. ~~~~~~~~~~~ The week’s phoneography challenge is prompted from Lens and Pens by Sally
R is for red roses on May Day. And a memory of crowning the statue of the Virgin Mary in the school’s grotto. Red roses on her head schoolgirls singing her praise ave, ave, ave Maria Frizztext has led us to the … Continue reading
The year was 1967. Procol Harum sang “We skipped the light fandango, turned cartwheels ‘cross the floor; I was feeling kinda seasick but the crowd called out for more….and so it was that later, as the miller told his tale, … Continue reading
Yesterday was a purple kind of day. Today is definitely pink Better to be pink than to be blue This post is dedicated to my Mom, who passed away four years ago today. She loved roses.
Petals pursing their lips Looking at their sisters It’s all gone to their hips
Walking past these roses on my evening walk almost gave me whip-lash. I walked past, stopped while the brain registered the beauty, turned around to be sure of what I had seen, and went back to take a couple of photos. … Continue reading
We woke up to a light rain this morning, making for a beautiful cascade of rose petals in one corner of the garden. Photos by Angeline M using iPhone 4s Camera+