Friday, September 20, 2013

Last Shabby Chic Summer Rose




The last bloom of summer. 
Summer is almost over and my pink rose bush blossomed this past week with a bunch
of lovely flowers. My roses are going to enjoy fall as much as I am, as they
have been scorched by the sun all summer. I expect they will enjoy the cloudy skies
and cooler temperatures here in Southern California.  



This rose always looks perfectly shabby chic as it ages.









In the beginning.....


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9 comments:

beachcomber said...

so beautiful.. love seeing the before and after.
x

Indrani said...

The texture so well captured. I can almost feel the petals.

Susu Paris Chic said...

Shabby chic is like life. Soooo tempting in its humanness.

retrorevival.biz said...

Gorgeous! What a way to end the summer:)

The Style Crone said...

Ah the last blooms of summer. I love fall, but it makes me sad too. Shorter days and less sun. But the layers are ready to come out to play.

Stephanie said...

Your roses are always so glorious! I enjoyed my visit here - thanks for sharing such beauty :)

Hugs to you!

Burlap Luxe said...

M'y roses are starting to suffer the season here on the desert, they are browning before they even bloom. Yet I find a special beauty in the last of the summer roses.
Yours are still as beautiful as can be, your hands of care have produced enough beauty here to last the winter months until next spring my dear.

Looking forward to all you inspire and create through the holidays.
Thank you sweet friend for taking the time to share with me at my place all your beautiful thoughts.

Take care, let this new week inspire much.

Xoxo
Doré

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Such beautiful colors. We got one or two shabby stragglers here. They have been a bit neglected, I'm afraid. Enjoy your cooler days dear!

Carolyn Darragh said...

I have to say you have the most beautiful roses of just about any blogger I have seen. They must bring you such happiness as they are always so very stunning.
Carolyn