Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: The Tiny Rose

 
 




37 comments:

  1. White roses with a touch of pink are the best. :)
    Lovely photos. Thank you for sharing!
    Here it's warm too in these days, but normally the maximum snow depth is found around March.
    Enjoy the arrival of spring!

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    1. Thank you,Sara, I want the spring arrive faster.

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  2. Oh, I have never thought we can see a rose flower in early spring.
    Thanks for visiting my post.

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  3. A sweet and innocent-looking beauty. Was this a gift?

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    1. Yes, it was, Peter, for our 50th marriage anniversary.

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  4. Beautiful, romantic.
    I love roses but now I have a vase of daffodils.
    Kisses and greetings.

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    1. I love the flowers you show on your blog, Lucja.

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    1. Thank you Hetty, have a nice week!

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  6. WONDERFUL! The scent of this rose? Greetings

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    1. It's little fruit scent, Anne. Thank you!

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  7. Boa tarde, fotos maravilhosas da linda rosa, as macros ficaram perfeitas.
    AG

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    1. Estoy contenta que te gustan mis fotos, Antonio.

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  8. Es preciosa. Muchas felicidades por su aniversario. Besitos.

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    1. Thank you Keith, glad you're blogging!

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  10. Beautiful rose! My favorite flowers. Happy weekend!

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    1. I love them too, Tania, thank you!

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  11. Beautiful roses !! Great captured dewdrops !!
    Greetings

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    1. It was morning photo, Ela. The rose was washed up :-)

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  12. A sweet little rose. I did not know that you can grow miniature roses inside. They are so pretty.
    It looks very healthy and your photos are lovely.
    Thank you, Nadezda.

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    1. This rose was a gift and it has grown well inside, opened its buds. I have hung special lamps above my inside plants, Betty.

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    2. The lamps would help a lot.
      It is quite bright here in winter, but I wonder about the ducted heating (from the floor) affecting plants that usually grow outside. I will try some this coming winter.

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  13. Nice! no flowers out over here yet but I'm looking forward to them.

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    1. So am I, Larry. I wait for spring flowers now.

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