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Friday, July 20, 2012

FANTASY ROSES

Floral Friday Foto
Sky Watch
Pink Saturday

Are you one  who talks to your flowers?
Well, I'm one who gives 'em nick names:)



Peachy rainbow
from Huntington Library Rose Garden







 Pink Popsicles from my front yard








My nick name for these blurry (on purpose)
is Vanilla Muffins or Popovers












Seersucker Rose, Oil, 24 x 24 inch, ©StGermain


My painted rendition in oil  I called Cotton Candy Rose
from my Celebrity Collection of flowers








Orange Mango Sherbert

If you like to give them another nickname
go ahead and surprise me:)
See ya when I get back from vacation!






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32 comments:

Clytie said...

I love it!!!

My mom names her plants after who gave them to her, or what they remind her of ... there's the "Martha Tree", "Gramma's Roses", the "climbing tree", and the "Rosie Bush" and more. I don't even know most of them by their botanical names!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I really like this idea, because I never ever know the 'real' names of plants (I didn't even when we used to actually garden. As soon as we planted them, I forgot!)

Mama Zen said...

These are so gorgeous!

joanne said...

I talk to my plants, too....only worry when they talk back....

beagleAnnie said...

Beautiful rose collection! Mango Sherbert, cute name.

Leah H. said...

So cool! I like their pretty names:)

Great post and interesting PINK!

Visiting for PS- hope you can stop by..

http://www.sweetposh.info/2012/07/pink-plastic-leaves.html

CailinMarie said...

love that Mango! Wow! and beautiful oil painting too

chubskulit said...

How beautiful!! Happy Pink Saturday and have a nice weekend.

My PINK

PS. Now following your blog, please feel free to follow any of my blogs, thanks!

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

Such a brilliant idea, I may do this with the roses in my garden too.

Just found your lovely blog via Skywatch and am now following here.

Have a great weekend.

Paul

Cafe au lait said...

beautiful shots.

My entry.

Stephanie V said...

I don't name them but my mother did. She'd love your names. I especially like the Popover roses. That reminded me of my mother and how she would have laughed. Popovers were a specialty of hers. Thanks for the memory :)

eJoops said...

So pretty and delightful! Visiting from Pink Saturday.

Pink Slushy Magic, come and see.

I am your newest follower.

Pinkim Kimberly Wright said...

So pretty! I love the painting...Pinkim visiting from PS.

Cathy said...

The "orange mango sorbet" has always been my favorite. Something about that color combinations just makes me melt.

HansHB said...

Lovely post, - great colour!
Have a nice evening!

Emille said...

Clytie,
We must be alike, Clytie (laughing)!

Mama Zen,
Never can get enough of flowers:)

Joanne,
That would be something, isn't it?:)

BeagleAnnie,
Thank you - I love both mango and sherbert:)

Leah,
Thank you -glad you like the flowers, and the pink:)

CailinMarie,
Read on your blog that you're opinionated, so am I, so we'll get along fine:)

Chubskulit,
Thank you! Saturday was long past, but I hope you had a good one:)

Paul,
Am glad you found me at Skywatch - so many participants that I sometime think it's not worth it. You proved me wrong!

Cafe au Lait,
Thank you -I'll visit soon:)

Stephanie,
Thanks for telling me that -I'm happy that I brightened your day!

fine arts said...

nice pictures.. It really lightens a day.. I also have other flower pictures that I can share with you..

Betsy Grant said...

This art work of yours is just gorgeous. I don't know which is more beautiful the actual flowers or your renditions of them!

ladyfi said...

What beautiful roses! I don't give them nicknames...

Enjoy your holidays!

dearestnelly said...

I love the seersucker painting, so beautiful...

Prem

HansHB said...

So many lovely roses, -I feel I can smell them!

Joyful said...

Lovely photos and painting. You are so talented.

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

Flowers, birds, bees, butterflies...I talk to everything and everyone in my garden!
Thanks for sharing all these beauties.

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Have a fabulous week****

Bookish Times said...

stunning art and photography :D *New Follower*

Tess said...

Hey Jesh,

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment.
Your blog is neat. I enjoyed looking at your paintings. They are pretty!

I am study Radiography. I've been busy lately studying structures and functions of every part of the human bones. Going out with my family such as hiking and driving up to the mountain help me relax. I am also taking painting class too. I am enjoying it.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Hugs,
Tess

Al said...

What beautiful photos and the painting is exquisite. I also love that wedding painting below!

ladyfi said...

Fabulous shots - so beautiful.

Ebie said...

I love your nicknames! And the oil painting is just a mirror image! How lovely!

'Tsuki said...

hi !

I like very much the work you did on that picture of rose, and the way you explain here how you went from picture to painting is awesome.

I've answered to you question on my blog : http://lunedemaledaumon.blogspot.fr/2012/10/vetements-de-travail.html?showComment=1352059595536#c8531440107806339339

Sorry for the delay, I'm not home this week, and it is not always easy to find a internet connection, where I am.

Betsy Grant said...

These paintings are just gorgeous!

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bettyl said...

Wow! Your flowers are so colorful. I'm bad a nicknames, but I'm sure you'll find some.