Friday, May 3, 2013

Roses Roses


Église Saint-Médard

14 comments:

Alain said...

Le sacristain de St Médard doit aimer jardiner.

Joe said...

Now there's a welcome site V. Spring in bloom. It's turned decidedly arctic down here in Melbourne.

Vreni said...

Beautiful!! "C'est le temps que tu as perdu pour ta rose qui fait ta rose si importante"

Malyss said...

Sweet roses and old architecture match sooooooooo well together! I love his pic!

Cezar and Léia said...

My favorite flower!Thanks for this adorable picture!
Léia

Janey and Co. said...

So pretty!

Alexa said...

Isn't there a poem about roses in the churchyard. Wait, maybe that was lilacs in the dooryard. Actually, this photo is itself a poem about roses in the churchyard. Beautiful, V!

Liene said...

Reminds me of the rose garden at Jardin LeCoq, our local park when we lived overseas... Thanks for the beautiful flashback.

Jeanie said...

Simply beautiful. Divine!

This is Belgium said...

I know you did not capture this beauty on your last trip, but does it matter?
c'est magnifique

Starman said...

Very nice.

Jack said...

Those flat-faced roses aren't my favorites. I like floribundas and hybrid teas.

Virginia said...

Alain, perhaps there's a gardener!

Anni, no this was taken in late May 2009. You know I have to dig deep and often!

Palomasea said...

So beautiful!!!
xoxo