I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
Gorgeous! and Gorgeous! and Gorgeous! and OOPS! what is that? ha ha... flower rates Gorgeous! but the beetle? maybe just cute?
merci pour toutes ces couleurs cela fait du bien pour le moral
Beautiful, or as Sandra says, "Gorgeous." We have had freezing temperatures again. I brought my plants in this time.But the sun is out and shining brightly.
They are filled with light and beauty. Nice shots. And I feel cheered by them. Thanks!
So lovely! Thank you posting this. We are dealing with the 23 inches the noreaster dumped here yesterday and this photos are a pleasant break away.
Those pictures pop!
Beautiful and velvety!! Makes one almost envy the bees!
Absolutely georgious!!!My problem is...I would mess up taking a picture of a concrete block...honestly. I do love viewing God's creation as captured through the camera of others and you have done that quite well.I’ve been following and enjoying your blog for a while now and would like to invite you to visit and perhaps follow me back. Sorry I took so long for the invitation.
Come on Spring.... love the sneak peek!!!
It worked : ) I feel totally cheery now! Wishing you a happy Friday and a wonderful weekend!
I've been away too long as usual. I must have known that you posted these beautiful flower photos! They certainly do brighten my winter weary spirits!Laurie
You're a magician.. I'm cheered. Beautiful flowers, Sue. I can just about smell them.
Oh such cheer here! Thanks!!!Love that top rose with the darker pink around the rim of the petals... so pretty!
It is sunny but cold for our coastal MS hometown. The few plants that I have not killed from neglect or too much attention look like they have melted (didn't protect from hard freezes). Sooooooo. . . I have enjoyed your sunny virtual rose garden this morning! Thanks for sharing the joy.
Beautiful. So nice to see on these dreary winter days. I love how the light shines through on the second.
Oh, these are beautiful! It has been cold and snowy here for a week - we had our first sunny day yesterday :)
Thank you for the good cheer! It's nice to remember summer and be reminded that it is coming again. :)
Are those beauties growing during the winter? That bee must be happy.
No roses here in S Ontario, just snow, but we do have plenty of sunshine!
Oh, what wonderful surprise this collection of various and so gorgeous roses! The photos are absolutely fantastic and definitely they made my day. Thanks for sharing.
At one of Rachel's Tv shows, she had a sporty guest. She said if you don't want the richness of avocado, you can substitute 50% with mashed peas. They look the same when you make the aioli.
i love the flowers!Visiting from ABC Wednesday. I am your new follower too. I hope you can visit my entry too.A is for Angels
Beautiful roses Sue. Are they from your garden? - Dave
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