Sunday, March 11, 2012

Romantic Roses


The days are slipping by so quickly but I always, always, always, try to find the time to appreciate the beautiful and the simple things in life. So.....I am just loving these gorgeous soft pink romantic roses picked up at the markets today. The petals are so delicate yet the roses themselves are so huge and blowsy...(if there is such a word!).




If you have been reading my blog for a while you will know I sort have a passion...or well an obsession some may say, for photographing flowers and vintage china.


















 I really cannot believe it is Monday tomorrow. The start of another week already. Where does the time go?

Have a lovely week anyway.
Pam xx

15 comments:

Mom Taxi Julie said...

Just gorgeous!

The Pink Poodle said...

Gorgeous photos Pam...

the roses look good enough to EAT~~!!

Holiday here in Melbourne tomorrow re labour day or labor day...(whatever)..

ps..shall have to catch up soon as Mr B is moving to Bulimba...YEAH~~

i shall be up in a couple of weeks to help him shift..so we should catch up for a GOS~~??

(only if you want to of course??)xx andrea

Liz said...

Your photographs are lovely - roses and vintage china go so well together.
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

delia hornbook said...

Beautiful photo's i do hope those roses smell for you there such a pretty colour. They remind me of when i was little girl and we would make rosepetal perfume. Lovely china to. The weekend has flown by enjoy whats left. dee x

Peaches & Maple said...

Hi Pam,
Beautiful roses and china. The time really does fly by, I can't believe we're in March already! Have a great week :)
Cas x

jeanetteann said...

Mmm,oh sooo lovely and pastel and pretty. Yes where does the time go?
xx jeanetteann

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

A lovely rose and looks like "Sylvia" a rose had in my previous garden - she's also a bit like 'First Love' too!

No matter - a rose is a rose, is a rose tra la la la!!!!
I always admire your photography and your lovely china too.

Wishing you a happy week
love
Shane

My Beautiful World said...

What a beautiful blog and post, just found your blog through another friend so I'm now following you so we can keep in touch hope you had a lovely weekend.

Always Wendy

lillycottage said...

Oh gorgeous! Yep have to agree they are 2 of my favourite things too. Kiss noises Linda

polkadotpeticoat said...

Your flowers and china is one of the things I love most about your incredible blog....

Blondie's Journal said...

These are beautiful pictures, Pam! I can almost smell the sweet roses. As fast as the days are going, spring can't arrive soon enough for me! :)

XO,
Jane

Tiff said...

Pam I don't know where the time goes! I adore those pictures, so romantically beautiful! Hope you have a great week! X

simmone said...

A very pretty vintage shade of pink indeed,lovely.

Kellie Collis said...

Lovely shots! Beautiful shade of pink. Have a wonderful weekend, Kellie xx

Delisa said...

Hi Pam, I love your pictures, there are few things as beautiful than roses and china! I used to have a lovely rose garden when I lived in California but they do not grow well because of the soil here in Georgia. I miss my roses very much but the azaleas, hydrangea and wisteria thrive and are breathtaking. Spring has come early this year and everything has turned green overnight. Most of the trees are still covered with tight little buds, but the ornamental pear trees are covered in snowy white blossoms. The wild honeysuckle has also begun to bloom. It grows on a vine at the edges of the forest and climbs high into the trees. The scent is so sweet. Your blog is so beautiful Pam and always reminds me to thinking of beautiful things!. :) Have a wonderful weekend. Delisa :)