what a stunning photo Pam. i love the orphan teacup- i have many myself! and your rose is the prettiest of pinks. enjoy your day ;) Kate x
gorgeous photo Pam (oh and rose)
Blue and white china is my favourite. We are so deep in snow here I can only dream of roses!
Pam, what a stunning image/rose/teacup!! What's the name of the rose?
You've captured this rose beautifully Pam. Lovely flower arrangement - what a gorgeous shade of pink it is, and an excellent bargain find with your teacup!
Hey Pam, Only one...can't be. How are the geraniums going?
That is a gorgeous picture! I would be happy with that one stunning rose-it's perfect!Best wishes,Natasha.
There's a couple of roses featured in the blog world today.They are always so beautiful ... not my flower of choice, but I always marvel at their prefection.50c tea cup!
ps - remember it's quality not quantity! ;)
Hi Pam, I have 2 in mine and I am just about to go pick them. Where have they all gone...although I can see lot's of buds forming.
Beautiful!! That rose in that teacup has brightened my day. :)Anne xx
Great photo Pam , gorgeous!
Hi Pam! Your photo is very beautiful))) Have a nice day!Vladya
Hi Pam, thats such a beautiful image reminds me of warm sunny days, and i bet it smells lovely, when i was a little girl we used to pick the rose petals and try and make rose perfume ;-)) have a lovely day, dee x
It may be only one..but it's a beautiful one!
What a pretty start to the day !No roses here in grey old England but we have a few crocuses and daffodils wont be longSue x
STUNNING!!! I can't believe what a beautiful photograph this is - and I can just imagine the smell. Thanks for sharing something so beautiful :)
Very pretty and a great photo! :) x
You pic would look lovely on a canvaswe have a few snowdrops and pansiesCate x
Your blog is so lovely....and your .50 bargain....wow!
Swoon!!!(That's all I'm going to say). xx
What a lovely rose Pam! I always have such a difficulty cutting my roses and I have many! :)Have a wonderful weekendxxxMichaja
I have a thing for roses in vintage tea cups!!
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