As we move toward winter the rains come. Overall, this is a good thing. The pastures go green, our lakes recharge and there is snow in the Sierras. And it makes things pretty in the garden. We just wish the rain wouldn’t knock the petals off the roses…sniff…at least more are on the way. And this is still California, it is supposed to be 80 degrees next week. No complaints.
- Roses Covered in Raindrops (auroralapetite.wordpress.com)
- Raindrops on Roses (teamoyeniyi.com)
Such gorgeous photos – thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the visit!
Love the raindrops on flowers photos! Hmmmmm, near the Sierras, huh? We both like in Cali, but I suspect at opposite ends!
Actually, we are in the hills between the ocean and the bay…but we like to snowboard in the Sierras…snow if welcome…
These photos would make beautiful notecards!
Thanks! We may have to have some fun w/ that…
Beautiful – really captures the seasonal atmosphere.
Thanks- most appreciated!
!! Beautiful water drops !! specially the third starting from the top and the black olives.
Thanks! Most appreciated…
Beautiful!! Loved the photography in this post!! Thank You for sharing!!
Thanks for the visit….glad you enjoyed the photos…
what a wonderful and uplifting composition. thanks for sharing… 🙂
Glad you enjoyed it!
oh, i do enjoy most of your posts 🙂
😉 my pleasure, sir. kind regards…
Enjoyed seeing the raindrops on the roses, it looks so refreshing and rejunivating! Oh for 80 degrees, even in summer !!! 🙂
We certainly won’t complain. We will have 3-4 days of sun and then we go to 50 and rainy….our late-season tomatoes can’t figure out what to do.
If only we could have just a little of that rain…we’re headed back up to 90 degrees this week. My poor garden is really suffering…but given what’s happening on the easy coast I try to keep my complaining to only an inner dialogue! Gorgeous photos. Your garden looks like it is still quite lovely.
Thanks. The flowers are happy, but we are down to pears and citrus. The veggies are almost done (a few late tomatoes and peppers). I wouldn’t mind 90 degrees (but I would always like that)…
The east coast is rough right now. That is my home turf and it is still a wreck in a lot of the boroughs of NYC and the beach in Jersey. Glad the loss of life was limited…a disaster, but could have been worse..
Thank you Stuart fo rain drops and roses with more on the way. Ann
Thanks Ann! Hope all is well!