May 10, 2010

Ruby Tuesday


Macro shots, today, of my Fourth of July climbing rose.

Have a great Ruby Tuesday. Thanks, Mary, for hosting each week. Check out all the other Ruby hunters, here.

18 comments

  1. Great post & great blog. I'll be popping back to have another read through!
    Happy RT - and look forward to *seeing* you again next time!
    Mine’s HERE!

    LOLA:)

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  2. Very pretty in red and white. Does it smell like peppermint too? :)

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  3. beautiful
    I love the splashes of color

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  4. A very beautiful flower and so colorful too! Happy RT!

    My Cardinal

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  5. amazing macro. i just never seem to be able to get that close, not even with my macro lens. what sort of lens do you use?

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  6. Oh My GAWD!!! But is that every so very gorgeous. Why just the photos take my breath away...I can only imagine what it looks like in real life....in person. The fragrance? Now I want one.


    I'd like to have you visit with me today if you can. It's a special day for me and my husband...today we celebrate 42 years of marriage. My RUBY TUESDAY is HERE

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  7. I thought it might be somesort of peony (have those on the brain) but love that it is a climbing rose. Beautiful. Our roses are just in the bus stage. It must be nice to be somewhere where something is blooming at all time. Pretty, pretty pretty.

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  8. That's an amazing close up. I can see why they call it "4th of July climbing rose". It's like a fireworks display!

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  9. Jan, I love your flowers and your macro shots! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

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  10. Those are beautiful flowers. I love the variations in the petals.

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  11. Fourth of July in May, how cool :)

    http://inspiredbyron.blogspot.com/

    Ron

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  12. Amazing, dazzling depth of colour! And the hint of contrast highlights it!

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