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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

A Visit to the Rose Garden -- Oops! I Had Promised No More Flowers!


A wonderful visit to the Rose Garden and more beautiful, colorful flowers!! What a fun, sunny, colorful day it was!! I’m glad my friends and I were able to enjoy it when we did because the rains started last night and now it is GRAY and WET!! But you wouldn’t know it looking at these pics!! Hope you enjoy!! Have a beautiful day!!

12 comments:

José Mendonça said...

Lovely collage! The orangish roses are gorgeous.

TexWisGirl said...

so very pretty!

ladyfi said...

Oh my - aren't those roses gorgeous?!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Can never have too many flower photos Sylvia, especially roses :)

Aimeecakes said...

Never promise no more flowers!! Who doesn't love a good flower? Lovely pics - I hope you have a great day - even if it has turned gray and rainy!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Oh that arch is something else!!! YAM xx

Lowell said...

Yummy! You can show all the flowers you wish when they are this beautiful! We'll take some of your rain. It's been very dry here and I've got big dead spots on the lawn. It did rain a bit last evening and that might help but not by much. And I have a special request: Do not rain in the morning - I'll be on the golf course. Rain, rain come again, but in the afternoon! :)

raf said...

The flowers are splendid and always refreshing, Sylvia! Can't have too many this time of year. It's spring, after all, it's spring!!

magiceye said...

Colourfully beautiful!!

Sandy Carlson said...

Let's hear it for fun, color, and life!

Linda said...

Very pretty! We've just had three days of rain.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Sylvia .. Why would you promise us no more flowers? We love them. Beautiful. I'd heard it started to rain in Eugene area as well... Needed rain, but glad you got these lovely roses before the gray came back. And when it lifts and the sun returns I for one want more flowers!

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