Friday, August 2, 2013

TODAY'S FLOWERS & Weekend Flowers - 'Gold Bunny'


What would the world be without roses?

Through rain, wind and storm 'Gold Bunny' blooms
and blooms, even in mid-winter


while pruning my roses, I glimpsed this golden array
high on the fence


with a trick of the light, this lower, rain drenched bloom 
had magically changed colour


a trusty rose lending a spot of colour in a bare garden.

Linking with TODAY'S FLOWERS

and

Weekend Flowers



36 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Arija! Some days I have lots of words. But these are just beautiful!

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  2. Too beautiful. Hope you're having a wonderful weekend, my friend. Blessings, Jo

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  3. Simply sublime. I do hope your health is improving (dramatically) too.

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  4. Oh liebe Arija, das sind so wunderschöne Rosen...

    Umarmung und Grüsse aus der Schweiz

    Hans-Peter

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  5. Nice flowers!

    I would say that central Australia is one of the few places that actually exceeds the kind of things the tourist guides say about it!

    Cheers - Stewart M

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  6. Gorgeous yellow roses, my granny's favorite.

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  7. Beautiful - even in midwinter to have roses :-)
    For us, the frost takes away the flowers and buds last.
    But I admire some, how long they persevere...

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  8. Gorgeous Arija! Roses such as these would light up every garden. Thank you for sharing with Today's Flowers' and I hope your weekend is a great one:)

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  9. The yellow roses are gorgeous and always make me think of my mother who loved them so.

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  10. Hi Arija yellow roes bring sunshine into any garden. Wonderful. Have a great weekend.

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  11. What a gorgeous rose and such a beautiful, spirit-lifting colors! Thanks for sharing the beauty, Arija!! Enjoy your weekend!

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  12. Nice to see this brilliant glow of sunshine during your winter.

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  13. Gorgeous! Yellow roses bring back memories from my childhood.

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  14. What delight, indeed, to find such beautiful roses!
    Yellow roses were my mother's favorite, and I love them also, in all their shades.

    Wishing you a wonderful Sunday,
    Hugs,
    Merisi

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  15. the yellow roses are so beautiful!

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  16. Hi Arija... Yellow is one of my favorites when it comes to Roses!!
    Had to believe in winter no less!!
    Hove your well
    Grace

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  17. Such a beautiful rose -- in any light. I'm amazed that it does so well in your winter. At first glance, I assumed you'd pulled a picture from your archives (that would be OK anytime with me, but it is even more amazing to think that this lovely flower blooms all year round!)

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  18. Lovely. I've always been fond of yellow roses.

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  19. GORGEOUS! What beautiful photos.

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  20. Beautiful and a lovely way to light up the grey winter days!

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  21. Brilliant yellows. Love the shot!

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  22. I love yellow roses the most. The first photo is magnificent. So perfect!!!

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  23. So pretty. Yellow is a cheery color. If I could, I would paint all the walls in my home this color. It would surely enhance my mood, I think. Take care, my friend. ♥

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  24. Lovely yellow roses and shots too.

    Thank you so much for the cacti seeds, it's very kind of you, but I don't think I have any more free space at the moment! :-)

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  25. Oh, these roses are wonderful, Arija.
    I like also the photos, especially the 1st shot.

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  26. Gold Bunny flying high .... she's a real treat.

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  27. Beautiful. The first picture reminded me of a yellow rose called" Edward the second" in our house in India.

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  28. Gold Bunnies certainly brighten up anyone's day!

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  29. Wonderful yellow roses! So pretty!

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  30. What a lovely shade of yellow and oh yes, I do love roses, and their fragrance...makes me drift back to my childhood. Momma had rambling roses and climbers that had magnificent blooms and they smelled like heaven to earth. Have a glorious week my friend~

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  31. You obviously take such good care of them. So bright and perfect.

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  32. I thought you'd be eulogising about the Lindt's Gold Bunny when I saw your post title - but this is MUCH better! In some ways ...

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