Sunday, June 28, 2009

Like a red, red rose, that's newly sprung in June









I hope you will come back for more

15 comments:

dog trot farm said...

Beautiful roses and not a Japanese Beetle in sight!

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

Well of course I'll come back for more silly goose! The white picket fence is too welcoming not to.

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Beautiful! They look so pretty on the fence.
Glenda

Cindy said...

Those are gorgeous. I love them coming out of the fence. Great contrast and a very impressive display. Is this your fence?

Have a great week!

Chatelaine said...

I guess all the rain has been good to the roses. They are lovely. I love to see them peeking through the fence.

Jayne said...

How gorgeous is that? The contrast with the red and the white fence is lovely. :c)

Nancy and the fatties said...

Beautiful Sharon! can you hear me ooo-ing and ah-ing???
xxooo

A New England Life said...

dog trot farm, no japanese beetles yet!

Doesn't the fence just make the picture? I love it too! And no, it's not in front of my house, though I sure wish it were.

Nancy, I'll send pics ... soon.

Tonight I'll post more photo's looking the other way down the street, towards the yellow colonial the roses are in front of.

Sharon

The Retired One said...

I would literally have my face STUCK into the rosebushes and sucking in the fragrance for (oh, I don't know?) maybe 30 minutes? if I lived near these. I often go on walks and am inhaling someone else's roses or lilacs. I just stand there, close my eyes and inhale for a few minutes. I am sure I have homeowners saying: "Harold...there is that strange woman again there by the fence...the one that stands there and closes her eyes and puts her face way into the flowers!!! Shouldn't we call someone?"....
:-P

A Joyful Chaos said...

Ooooh! How lovely! Thanks for sharing them with us.

Becky said...

How lovely, wish it were my fence too!

hip chick said...

Beautiful roses. I think I have an idea of where you took that.
I got that starfish necklace at Ruby Slipper in Newburyport.

Donna said...

I love your pictures so much!
Roses are my favorite flower.

dAwN said...

Ohh..beautiful!
I want to live behind the white fence..
Oh maybe not now..but someday.

Cedar ... said...

Your red roses on that white fence make a photo worthy of any home and garden magazine! Love it!