Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Velvety Red


Click Here to Bid

We are off tomorrow for a 4-day backpacking trip in the wild's of Oregon! If we survive, I'll be back to post on Sunday night. If we don't, well ... enjoy this red rose. : )

11 comments:

Bruce Bingham said...

I googled an aswere to Julie Ford Oliver's question about why roses have thorns- natural defense to protect them from animals that want to eat them cuz they smell so good. So while you're out in the wilds you might wanna consider not bathing to avoid preditors...I wanna see more beautiful paintings! Selfish aren't I?

Dave Casey said...

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Nice rose though. ;)

Anonymous said...

Loving these roses..!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Perfect, Carol! I find flowers very difficult, but this makes me want to give them another try.

Laurie G. Miller said...

I'm so impressed with your roses!!!

Amber L. Bailey said...

Just beautiful! And enjoy backpacking!

Chris said...

your roses are always extraordinary-enjoy Oregan backpacking-such a gorgeous state with so many places to explore

Jacqueline Brewer said...

Loving the rose series Carol : )

James M. Coulter said...

Isn't that "BIG FOOT" territory up there?

Linda Schweitzer said...

I like the way it is "kissing" the edges!

Connie Nobbe said...

The violet highlights really do make it look velvety!

Get back safe!