On a whim, I bought some apricot-colored roses at the grocery store the other night. Brought them home and stuck them in water, paper and all, because I needed to cook dinner. Afterwards, I noticed the light outside was looking particularly good, so I took the roses out of water and laid them on my weathered blue table.


I like the way the paper wrapping picked up the blue in the table.


The “ribbons” are actually striped leaves. I don’t know the name of the plant, but I love the way it’s woven into the arrangement.


I took off the paper for this one. Not thrilled with the composition, but I wanted to show the entire arrangement.


Honestly, these roses didn’t have a bad angle.


Incidentally, it’s National Rose Month. Happy June too, everyone!


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14 Responses to Beribboned

  1. Susan says:

    What a shot !

  2. These are very beautiful images πŸ™‚

  3. The color is wonderful. That reminds me that it’s about time for the roses to be in bloom at my local botanic garden. They have a terrific rose garden. I love to look at all the varieties.

  4. Caroline says:

    These are seriously great shots. Definitely postcard-worthy. Why not a Valentine’s Day card with apricot colored roses for a change. Everything came together for these pictures. The light, the arrangement of the bouquet, the table.

  5. Love the “plant”-ribbon.

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