Love that peppermint blend of color. These are fab shots. Both are great.
God does not make mistakes,AMEN.This is beautiful.
Wow that really looks like a peppermint. And yes only the bee knew if it taste one, lol!Hummingbird
Love the salmon colored rose!You are absolutely right - God makes no mistakes!
Outstanding capture. Excellent thought. Have a great RT.
You have roses already? The creamy color ones below and these peppermint ones are absolutely outstanding!
...beautiful, and I love your poem:A peppermint twist Does it taste good as it looksOnly the bee knows...made me chuckle! :-)
I wish I could smell your lovely roses. thank you for your kind message....
Your roses, also the ones in the post below, are gorgeous, and your haikus inspired! I love your photos.Fortunately I get to see Helmer at least a couple of times a week. He grows so fast and learns new stuff all the time. It's such a blessing to be able to follow him so closely :-)
Btw, are you on Facebook? I have more pictures there; there's a badge to find me on my blog :-)
Nice words and I love the second image.
That top one looks very much like me Strawberries and Cream patio rose.
wow, your roses are blooming! I've never seen a peppermint color rose, and the second one is simply delicious looking.
Magnificent shot with a splendid approach allows us to enjoy great detail and light to enjoy the colors. Greetings
Woo-hoo! These are luscious.
Your roses are amazing, both in this post and the previous one. I "grow" wild roses, and they're pretty, too, but they don't have the variety of color or the size of these. Love your poems, also!
Mickie, what a beautiful haiku. Nice peppermint name for the flower, never would have thought of that description.
Ah-- so gorgeous!
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