“One may live without bread, not without roses.”
Great weekend, everyone. . . .
Mmmmmmm; I’d love to smell it! By any other name, it’s the stuff of life . . .
(Good work as always, Ms. Pearl.)
Thank you. 🙂
Would love to see one of these in my garden – appears flawless !
These were given to me and I’ve never seen this particular rose growing anywhere, Susan. I love the two tones together.
🙂 Great quote.
Loved yours too.
Oh good my comment appeared after all. Have a great weekend!
That’s a lovely thought.
I like the color of the rose, very special
It is unusual, isn’t it?
Oh, that is stunning! Those colors are my favorite.
Have a great weekend!
Such beauty … in the rose … the words. Thank you, Carole. You have a great weekend too.
Thanks, Cheryl. 🙂
Do antique roses indicate the size or the color? I associate that color with antique. So pretty.
I have no idea. It does have an antique look to it.
The texture of the petals really comes through in this photo!
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