...gardener, photographer, nature, pets
Thanks for the visit. Regarding Daisy it was touch and go for a while. I just wanted people with furry friends to know that pet meds can be dangerous for some animals and to check them out well before giving anything to your pets. The vet should have told me to watch for side effects and what they were. Rimadyl works well for some dogs but not all and 1/4 of all the dogs that have had problems have been labs.Your roses are gorgeous, I live just outside of Portland, OR (The Rose City) and yours are just as beautiful as any I have seen here.
Beautiful roses after the rain.Costas
There is something so lovely to roses with rain drops on them. Beautiful.
Absolutely stunning photographs.Carol
Hope the rain has stopped.I had to sit all morning while it was nice and then we got pounded. Love that 1st rose the best, very nice shape and color.My favorite for scent in John Kennedy.
Very beautiful shots ! In our Waterloo museum is a world map where all Waterloos are marked there are in total 53 all over the world named after "my" Waterloo which was the original, lol !
We want some rain. They have burn notices out for parts of MS now.
The roses look so pretty with water droplets on them! It's actually muggy here in the desert today, but no rose bushes in sight, only cacti!
Been looking at your past posts...great stuff.Think I like the simplicity with the short posts. Might have to follow your style...I seem to make it too complicated and therefor don't post. Also could learn to take better pictures like you.Great shots !!
There's something just beautiful about the way the raindrops just cling to the rose.
hello and woofhoo for visiting us your blog looks way interesting maybe you are gonna play blue coloured thursdays? loves and licks
Gorgeous photos...I wish you could send that rain over here. We are in mild drought conditions along the Ohio River and just so dry. I long for a nice long soaking rain!
What is that first rose called? Gorgeous colors!
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