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Red Rose: Pattern Overload

In short, no pattern is an isolated entity. Each pattern can exist in the world only to the extent that is supported by other patterns: the larger patterns in which it is embedded, the patterns of the same size that surround it, and the smaller patterns which are embedded in it.

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Spring in the new rose garden

The appetizer is now. Spring flowering bulbs before the main event.

Roses have been transplanted and new varieties have been planted. Last fall I added these bulbs to brighten up the bed before the main event. 22 more words


Roses and Orchids

It was my Birthday and Mothers’ Day in quick succession this year , so I had lots of flowers, of which these are a sampling,  to keep me happy with my camera ! 101 more words


Catching Up!

After a long absence from My Photo Blog, but not my camera, I’ve quite a bit of catching up to do here!

I thought I would start with some pics taken with my new Lensbaby Composer Pro 35mm. 236 more words


Tacoma Home and Garden Show notes

Sustainable Rose Growing – Variety selection is the key to success

Elena Williams – Master Consulting Rosarian

Evergreen Rosarian, my blog

American Rose Society rose.org… 131 more words


For Friday Morning

Do you need something beautiful right now? I sure do. So here, have some roses for your Friday morning.

Pink Bouquet, 1.5.18

Floral Photography