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I can almost smell these, really. I always seek out a nose-high rose for that very purpose.
Anon is on top logolicious form.Such delicate perfection, Ms.M.My roses are aphid magnets so it's a delight to see yours unblemished.
Wow, and double-triple wow on that top one.
Anon, your poem is a true rose :)Petrea: Seeking out a nose-high rose is a good idea. I wonder if someday there will be a way to attach "scent" files to a blog?Dive: Anon appreciates the good words. Amazingly, these roses were *sans* aphids.Karin: Double and triple thanks! :-)
I wouldn't be surprised if we have the scent file technology already, and are just looking for an economical way to do it.
You're probably right. Then we'll have "Insta-scent", "Fragrant Facebook", and "Blog-aroma".
Those are gorgeous. The colors are so delicate and gentle. Who needs a scent file I can smell them already.
Thanks, Margaret. You're right; some images readily evoke a scent in the imagination....
Dang, my comment was eaten ~ by an aphid, perhaps? I think it was along the lines of admiring the translucent quality of the pink rose and wondering whether I can muster the patience to try growing some again! They are beautiful, Ms M.
The roses are beautiful and you took great photos of them.I like the quote, it is wise.PS: Thank you for your kind and comforting words about Flora. I agree with you, the memories of the good times are precious.
Thank you, Shell. I'm sorry an aphid ate your first comment. Perhaps I should put out some ladybugs :)Sonia, thank you for your kind words. (())
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