So delicate and papery, I love the old fashioned ramblers.
Pink and blue -- I want to dismiss the combination as corny or sentimental but in pictures like this it's utterly compelling. I love it!
corny & sentimental? Rather "stunning" i would say Merisi. Beautiful shot!
Beautiful rose, the Morning Rose!Never have met one before before today!Sending smiles afar!Constance
THe roses raise the blue to sublime.
.@ Arja:These roses grow so rampantly, boundless energy and color.@ Vicki Lane:I could not believe my eyes when I spotted the bright blue fire hydrant. The roses wore a tinge of blue too, the sun was not up yet, but the light was good enough to take a picture. They light reminded me of Norway, of midsummer midnight - not that I have been there, it's only my imagination at work. ;-)@ oiasantorini:Thank you! :-)@ rochambeau:You have to be out and about before sunup, to find them! ;-).
.@ Charles Gramlich:I agree!.
Silky roses, in a beautiful combination of colors. :-)
I do hope so....such an impossibly doomed romancegreetings from the sunny US
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Good evening Merisi,These roses are sumptuous! And a blue fire hydrant? Is the blue to signify water? What color are the Viennese fire trucks? As you know over here, we use red for anything to do with fire.I turn to your beautiful posts to find what civilization might still look like. xo
Love these roses , they look so delicate
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