May 31, 2009

favourite rose bush

Here is the rose bush I like best in the whole college garden (and there are many) - they're quite pretty, and what's more: they smell divine.



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18 comments:

maryt/theteach said...

Bim, an extraordinarily beautiful shot! I'm here looking for Robin's Summer Stock Sunday post... but I'm glad I found your flowers! :)

jabblog said...

Is this an old-fashioned rose? Whatever, it looks beautiful and I'm sure the scent is mouth-watering.

VALKYRIEN said...

Great shot with the sunrays bursting through! I can smell the lovely fragrance all the way to Norway.....:)

Vicki ~ FL said...

How pretty this rose bush is with the sun streaming through.

marLou said...

Beautiful roses and the sunshine beaming down enhances them even more.

Rinkly Rimes said...

At first I wanted to dive into all that beauty but then I remembered the thorns!

ilanadavita said...

Simply beautiful!

Martha said...

Another WOW! What a beautiful rose bush!
Have a great week! :-)

Ebie said...

Hi Bim, what a gorgeous shot, with the light seeping through the rose bushes. This is a beauty!

Blossom said...

This could easily be my favorite rose bush, too! I could almost smell their frangrance.

Arija said...

A lovely oldfashioned Rose so well photographed against the light.

mimi said...

what a beautiful garden of roses. love to smell the scent.

Tulip said...

beautifully bloomed roses.

Denise said...

Divine yes, just like this photograph. Thanks for sharing it.

Phoenix C. said...

I love the way you've got the light rays shining in too. What a wonderful rose, with all the gradations of colour in the blooms. Magical!

ellievellie said...

The roses are gorgeous - rich in flowers - remind me I'm a girl and I like pink!

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Hi Bim

Fantastic tree of roses!
Marvelous your post.
Thanks for posting for TODAY'S FLOWERS.
Luiz

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shot. I like the sun's ray's filtering through the bush.