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Oh so pretty!!! I think you are farther ahead in your spring time weather that we are in North Dakota.
Lovely shot of the wild roses :-))
And the fragrance is heavenly, I am sure!!!A friend's grandfather always said that if it was a good year for the roses, it would also be a good year for the blueberries. Does that work in your part of the country, too?
I really do love this wild roses.
Last year I had the good sense to harvest a lot of the wild rose buds to dry so I could savor the scent longer. The fragrance is s-o-o-o wonderful it's hard to get enough of it!
They're lovely! :) And their scent is wonderful. Beautiful post, JoAnn. Thank you for sharing.
Surely everyone's absolute favourite wild flower. They are not out here yet but as we are having such wonderful weather, it is only a matter of time before they appear.
this one is soo beautiful and delicate. :)
Hello JoAnn, that is a gorgeous picture of the roses. You are lucky to have wild roses growing by your roadside. Here we have Wisteria wild in the bush. It looks amazing when it blooms too. But they don't last lone. Do the roses bloom all summer? Hugs,Terri
Such a pretty picture! Wild roses are just so special. It's always so exciting to see them. xo
LOVE !!!! :-)
we have them and I love them too. :)
What a beauty and I can imagine the scent from your description. It reminds me of a trip I went last year with my sister and brother in law and we drove by a field of scotch broom and just had to stop to smell the flowers and take pictures of course :). Thank you for coming to our party.BiTihttp://www.pret-a-vivre.com/2013/06/ready-to-waltz-its-party-time.html
Loving the onset of summer and its scents♫ Happy week-end♥ My Waltz: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/cow-clique/
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