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Some blooms

Posted by markiz37 5-6PA (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 29, 09 at 23:23

Imperatrice Farah

Imperatrice Farah

Imperatrice Farah

Graham Thomas

Graham Thomas

Purple Tiger

Purple Tiger

Distant Drums

Distant Drums

Thank you
Lana


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Oh, my goodness Lana, more unique roses to fall in love with! Imperatrice Farah is so gorgeous with that tangerine-pink edging and flawless form. I love your Purple Tiger's flare and uniqueness. Graham Thomas looks amazing and so rich against the deep velvet backdrop of those purple flowers-absolutely stunning like some majestic opera of colors.

Your Distant Drums, on the other hand, are like a ballet-soft dreamy and romantic. I tried to describe to Jim that Distant Dreams really needs to go against softer pale colors and that it is a rose that looks like a waterlily or very delicate lotus blossom. And your Distant Drums becomes for me that watercolor impressionistic painting. A masterpiece in the garden...


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Great shot of Graham Thomas and heliotrope, just beautiful.

Masha


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Wed, Sep 30, 09 at 0:52

Beautiful pics Lana!! I reeeeeally love that one of PURPLE TIGER!


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We certainly have some talented photographers here.

I especially like the combo of Distant Drums against the white hydrangea.


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Wow!!! Purple Tiger is exquisite!!!! I think the downside of PT is that it's stingy?? Is that true?? Otherwise - droooool - what a rose!!

The blue with Graham Thomas is so stunning. Such saturated colors together look amazing!!

Imp. F. looks like a work of art and I love the colors.

Thanks!

Carol


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