Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Through Rose Colored Glasses


These are the last of the roses for this year.  They put on quite a show, and I enjoyed every last blossom, but now it's time for them to take a little rest until the springtime. 

Sometimes it is just better to view life through rose colored glasses, or at least with a few rose blossoms by your side.  I hope that things in your world are rosy right now!

15 comments:

  1. Stunning! The colors are so soft and love the texture.

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  2. Such lovely roses - a kiss good bye.

    Love your festive header.

    - The Tablescaper

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  3. That is just beautiful, Kat...bittersweet...but winter beauty to come! XO

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  4. Wonderful!! A rosy start of my day..it's 07.45 in the morning and I have to go to my work :-)!!

    Warm regards, Ingrid

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  5. What a lovely print that will make.
    Not so rosy here, but lots of twinkle lights...
    3 am and I cannot sleep..sigh
    xx
    z

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  6. If this rain would stop, all would be rosy. It's just chilling me to the bones this week. Lovely photo, Kat. Guess I can dream of my rosy October days. :-)

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  7. Just gorgeous Kat! It is pouring rain here today and not too far from our house there was a tornado and 3 people died! Scary stuff!

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  8. Stunning. Love the bottom, right picture in your banner of the water and trees. Fall is my favorite time of year.

    Haven't been posting comments here, but always enjoy coming to see what you've been snapping (pics) about. Takes the stress of my days away!

    Hope you have a nice Thanksgiving.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  9. Gorgeous!!!!!... and I love your ever changing header.... just divine. A-M xx

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  10. Oh.... how I miss PSE and all those gorgeous textures. Top of my list for Christmas this year! ;)Sharyne

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  11. Those last ones sure put forth a glorious show! And they are so pretty paired with the script texture. xo ~Lili

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  12. So pretty! Love the texture(s) you used. Our gardens have long since been done. As much as we enjoy the snow(and we do,) I would love a longer growing season, because nothing brightens up a home better than cut flowers. The roses are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. VERY pretty! It's cold with a brisk north wind blowing here today. You won't find any roses here.

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  14. BEAUTIFUL photo - I love it!!! Have a wonderful upcoming Thanksgiving! :)


    Hugs,
    Jessie

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