Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
They are gorgeous! And so late in the year, too. Is that yellow inside the pink one, or is the sun shining in it?
Very beautiful. We still have some, too, it was a crazy year, weather-wise!
Glad to see nature is still alive!
You're showing off your photographic skills, Lois! These are so well done - very sharp and with super colors. Thank you!
Gosto da rosa vermelha.Um abraço e continuação de boa semana. AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hello, lovely blooms. The pink one is my favorite. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
...enjoy them, they are gone here.
How lovely they look, and well photographed too. Thanks for comments over on my bog! Barb
I love the way the sun makes the pink rose transparent with light
Roses look so delicate but in fact they are pretty hardy.. two lovelies here Lois 🌹
Those are tough plants to have survived the storms.
What a nice thing to see. You've reminded me that I need to see if there are roses blooming in the rose garden at one of our parks. Now that the worst of the heat is past maybe the roses are rebounding again.
Beautiful, especially that red!
Such lovely flowers - tough too.
Beautiful and tough!
Beautiful!Hope you are having a wonderful week!
How beautiful! My Camellia bush is blooming too. I need to get pics! Enjoy your afternoon! We're getting some much needed rain!
Those are absolutely beautiful! We still have quite a few things in our garden blooming, I will have to post some of them! Love the pictures.
You have some pretty blooms still left. We are all brown around here! Thanks for linking up today!
In some ways those late blooms can be the sweetest. And after the weather you had they're even more special. Nature can have such resilience!
Such beautiful blooms.All the best Jan
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