Cruisin Over Sixty

Cruisin Over Sixty

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Fall Beauty



Can you believe the markings on this little daisy? This is growing in a pot
in my next door neighbor's yard. It photographs so surreal.
 
 
This is my coral rose. It is is so photogenic.

 
 
 
This is my 'Sentimental' rose. I thought my roses had finished
blooming and my roses surprised me this week. This represents
the winter season in my rose garden. Can you think of a better
 rose for Christmas. It's red and white like a candy cane and
 it's named 'Sentimental'.
 
Another view. My hubby even noticed this bloom.
 
 
 

 
 


It looks like garden candy.


 
I'm ending this post with this oil that hangs in my office by
Bobbe Perlberg. It reminds me of a cool walk on the beach
in the fall. I hope all that have been devastated by the recent
storm on the east coast are on the mend and finding much
needed resources.
 

I'll be linking with Fiona for Green Day and
My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
 
 
 
 

29 comments:

Holly said...

Beautiful flowers! The first one is my favorite!

confusedmind said...

Gorgeous images of the roses. The first flower is beautiful.
Have a great weekend!!

✿ chica said...

Flores magníficas! beijos,chica

Maria Luiza said...

Lindas, lindas, maravilhosas! Eu adorei! Beijos e lindo final de semana!

Felipa Monteverde said...

Flores lindas, bela fotos, e o quadro traz-me recordações de passeios que fiz há muito tempo, junto ao mar...

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Beautiful roses, and a beautiful painting. I hope things hurry and get back to normal for all those poor folks! Have a great weekend!

DIMI said...

Your pictures are fantastic!Your'Sentimental' rose,is my favourite!I love the painting!It's so beautidful!Wish you a lovely weekend!
Dimi..

Ailime said...

Absolutamente belíssimas estas flores e fotos de excelente qualidade. Abraços. Ailime

Emille said...

Beautiful flowers - the first one and the candy cane rose! Am following you since we're neighbors! Live in the Costa Mesa area:) Happy weekend!

Larissa said...

Lovely blog!
xo.
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Bia Hain said...

Nossa, que coisa maravilhosa! Rosas lindíssimas, belos closes! Um abraço!

O mirante da imagem

Desire Empire said...

Your coral rose reminds me of a girls dress. They are all so lovely. And yes here's hoping the east coast mends soon.
Carolyn

eileeninmd said...

Lovely roses and the pretty daisy! The colors are just beautiful. Your painting is lovely, if it was near my desk I would be daydreaming about walking on the beach all the time. Have a happy weekend!

Renae said...

Your striped red and white roses are spectacular!

Fiona said...

I can't believe that your roses are still blooming!

Love them all.

Have a great weekend.

Fiona

Crafty Gardener said...

beautiful roses

Linda Makiej said...

so wonderful!!! Happy Weekend!!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

And YOUR photos are always a treat for the senses my dear Susan! I am learning when I can, how to get better close-ups. And then that oil painting you have hanging, OH MY!

Have a fantastic day filling YOUR SENSES to the brim! Anita

orchid said...

Hello, magnificent pictures of roses♡♡♡
Thank you very much for stopping by.

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

20 North Ora said...

What gorgeous photos!!

Judy

The Style Crone said...

Your photos are magnificent! How wonderful to be surrounded by such beauty.

Fash Boulevard said...

Beyond stunning. Fabulous post, love. If you get a sec, I'd love to hear your thoughts on my latest. xo

www.fashboulevard.blogspot.com

Zizi Santos said...

Adorei saber o nome de tuas flores!
e ver a beleza de cada uma
bj
Zizi

FashionJazz said...

Gorgeous pics hun ! :) x

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Susu Paris Chic said...

Such sweet colors!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh your roses are just beautiful. When we lived in California we has over 40 rose bushes and I was amazed at how long they bloomed. Some of them were still blooming in December! Being from Tennessee where they usually stop blooming in late Fall that was a real treat.

Instant Milk said...

These pictures blog me away. I want to live in a gigantic garden, without bees, because I'm so scared of them haha.

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Mary said...

Beautiful...I love them.