Wednesday, February 16, 2011

There is only one...

 

...only one rose blooming in my garden this morning. Just had to pick it and throw put it into an orphan Royal Albert Tea Cup that I bought at the markets for 50 cents. This is my inspiration for this morning.


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24 comments:

Kate said...

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

Olive and Esther said...

gorgeous photo Pam (oh and rose)

Deb said...

Blue and white china is my favourite. We are so deep in snow here I can only dream of roses!

Sarah B said...

Pam, what a stunning image/rose/teacup!! What's the name of the rose?

Raine and Sage said...

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!

theoldboathouse said...

Hey Pam, Only one...can't be. How are the geraniums going?

Natasha said...

That is a gorgeous picture! I would be happy with that one stunning rose-it's perfect!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

Make mine Mid-Century said...

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!

Raine and Sage said...

ps - remember it's quality not quantity! ;)

Beach Vintage.com said...

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.

**Anne** said...

Beautiful!! That rose in that teacup has brightened my day. :)
Anne xx

melissa said...

Great photo Pam , gorgeous!

vladika said...

Hi Pam! Your photo is very beautiful))) Have a nice day!
Vladya

delia hornbook said...

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

Naturally Carol said...

It may be only one..but it's a beautiful one!

Vintage from the Village said...

What a pretty start to the day !
No roses here in grey old England but we have a few crocuses and daffodils wont be long
Sue x

*Spring Blossom* said...

STUNNING!!! I can't believe what a beautiful photograph this is - and I can just imagine the smell. Thanks for sharing something so beautiful :)

Jenevieve said...

Very pretty and a great photo! :) x

vintage mum said...

You pic would look lovely on a canvas
we have a few snowdrops and pansies
Cate x

Heidi said...

Your blog is so lovely....and your .50 bargain....wow!

Cornflakes and Honey said...

Swoon!!!

(That's all I'm going to say). xx

Michaja said...

What a lovely rose Pam! I always have such a difficulty cutting my roses and I have many! :)
Have a wonderful weekend
xxx
Michaja

Alison Gibbs said...

Pure perfection
Alison

Gail McCormack said...

I have a thing for roses in vintage tea cups!!