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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Birth of a Rose

Last Sunday, I posted the bud (presented here again for comparison)...and decided to journal the birth of the rose from bud to flower. First the yellow rose...





Then the red...



And then the red and white...



That's whats in bloom in my rose garden...how about yours?




Linking to SOOC Sunday and Floral Friday Fotos.


18 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Linda, your roses are gorgeous. Beautiful images. Happy Sunday!

rainfield61 said...

Lively!

Leovi said...

Excellent sequences, pure poetry, delicious photos.

Dina Lettre said...

I'm a sucker for yellow roses every time. Beautiful captures, Linda!

Kathy said...

Such a beautiful progression and colors you've captured.

heyBJK said...

Oh, that's nice, Linda! I like how you documented it!

NatureFootstep said...

I don´t have a garden so I will enjoy yours. :) Both very lovely roses.

CameraCruise said...

Great shots of your beautiful roses.
Thanks for sharing them.
Some time until my roses will bloom.
Wish you a wonderful week ahead.
Mette

Karen said...

Breathtaking! I can't wait for the roses to bloom here in So. Indiana!
Thanks for your kind comments on my blog.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

goodness these are lovely !
but as for my garden? we still are having nights below zero!! yikes ~
looking fwd to the lilies of my garden when it warms up this summer {only 3 months ahead!!}

NixBlog said...

Wonderfully captured sequences f these exquisite roses, Linda.

Thank you for sharing these wonderful images and for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!

Jann Olson said...

Linda, your roses are gorgeous! Hubby and I are just in the process of creating me a rose garden. I can't wait till I have beautiful blooms like yours. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Jann

Jenn Jilks said...

What a great set! I have a plantcam, and like to try capture series, too.

Roslyn said...

Love roses, Iin TX I had 24 of them, huge climbing "peace" and others. Here in AZ I have only 6, the most fragrant is Mr.Lincoln, that's the red for love, a beautiful yellow for remembrance I forget the name, the others are "rescues" from an abandoned house so I don't know the names. One is a very enthusiastic & thorny pink climber that I can't seem to kept under control!

Genie said...

I enjoyed seeing the progression of the roses and their development. So nice to see the stages one after the other. Beautiful shots. genie

Marie said...

Gorgeous roses! Thanks for commenting on my Fridays Fences post!

La Principessa Errante said...

Gorgeous shots, and what a wonderful idea. It puts the entire growth process in a whole new perspective. The human eye doesn't really get the transformation i.e. one day it is closed, one day it is open, and one day it is almost gone. This is such a great way to see the whole picture.

JM said...

The yellow rose sequence is fantastic!