October 15, 2012

GBBD ~ The Roses of Autumn


'Marie Daly' sitting on the swing offering delicious fragrance.


Old fashioned Martha Gonzales with stock tank pond as a backdrop.


Livin' Easy with goldeneye in gorgeous autumn sunlight.


One pollinator or two on the Livin' Easy?  Do you see?

Stop by May Dreams Gardens to see what is going on in gardens around the world this fine October Garden Blogger's Bloom Day! 

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful roses!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  2. Roses look fresher and sweeter in autumn. Livin' Easy is an intriguing color, not pink, not apricot, but its own beautiful shade!

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    1. The color of the Livin' Easy fascinates me because depending on the weather and light it can look anywhere from electric orange to a soft subtle peachy-yellow.

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  3. Ha! I did see the two- only after you pointed it out though. I love the Martha Gonzales. Deep rich color. Happy GBBD!!!

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    1. The MG is a favorite of mine...it is just so carefree and easy...I think it's the most quaint and charming rose in my garden.

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  4. love that 'livin' easy' shot w/ the fence as a backdrop. beautiful light and composition. :)

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  5. Your Livin' Easy is beautiful and yes! I can just see the antennae peeking out from underneath the petal.

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  6. I like your last image of the bee landing on Living Easy.

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  7. Hermosas imágenes, muy bellas las rosas y las texturas!! Un abrazo.

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  8. Pretty roses! I wish we had a few more this month, but the leaves are making up for it I guess. :)

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  9. Such lovely dashes of color. Wonderful colors to have around the garden:)

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  10. Your roses are gorgeous. And yes, I think I see another pollinator - or something - hiding behind a petal. Ha!

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  11. Lovely post, the simplicity of the Martha Gonzales is especially appealing :-)

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Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind.
"Pooh!" he whispered.
"Yes, Piglet?"
"Nothing," said Piglet, taking Pooh's paw. "I just wanted to be sure of you."
~A.A. Milne

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