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Thursday, 22 May 2008

Flowers in the rain









































The flowers of Carmine seem even more beautiful than usual (if that's possible) when glistening with raindrops. Here are : Elizabeth's rose (St. Swithin, named after Winchester Cathedral, where my goddaughter, Elizabeth, was christened) ; Emma's azalea; Louise's fuchsia; B's margeurites (acquired for B's christening and still going strong); and Giovanna's rose. 

PS It's sixteen degrees and ... raining.

5 comments:

Vanessa said...

Louise - you have an eye for the beauty that surrounds you. Lovely pictures!

Leanne Lonergan said...

I always find flowers more colourful on a grey rainy day. These ones are beautiful. You blog has me yearning to travel.

Joaquín Estrada-Montalván said...

nice pictures

saludos

theysaywordscanbleed said...

gorgeous shots!

Arlene,
Lakewood flowers

Louise said...

Hi all - thank-you for such nice comments, and thank-you for your visit!

Thursday, 22 May 2008

Flowers in the rain









































The flowers of Carmine seem even more beautiful than usual (if that's possible) when glistening with raindrops. Here are : Elizabeth's rose (St. Swithin, named after Winchester Cathedral, where my goddaughter, Elizabeth, was christened) ; Emma's azalea; Louise's fuchsia; B's margeurites (acquired for B's christening and still going strong); and Giovanna's rose. 

PS It's sixteen degrees and ... raining.

5 comments:

Vanessa said...

Louise - you have an eye for the beauty that surrounds you. Lovely pictures!

Leanne Lonergan said...

I always find flowers more colourful on a grey rainy day. These ones are beautiful. You blog has me yearning to travel.

Joaquín Estrada-Montalván said...

nice pictures

saludos

theysaywordscanbleed said...

gorgeous shots!

Arlene,
Lakewood flowers

Louise said...

Hi all - thank-you for such nice comments, and thank-you for your visit!