Sunday, May 22, 2011

Flowers on the wane

Sunday morning with antsy dogs, but I'm holding firm on the couch with my post. My class starts at three: garden roses designed in baskets.
The sun came out yesterday, but I missed the shot of the light on my pink wisteria. The clouds are thinning though this morning; I might get a chance before I leave today. I did, however catch the last petals in my tree peonies. Not officially 'flowers in the house' week, and wish I was Irving Penn...still...something pagoda-ish about these.

8 comments:

flwrjane said...

Kind of love it.

xo Jane

Lotte and Bloom said...

i like them too. they look like big fluffy skirts...

webb said...

Or bridesmaids in garden hats (in the Virginia humidity!) What a wonderful color!

bowstreetflowers said...

Jane, Lotte and Webb...all the petals were on the mantle or carpet when I came home today. Adieu

flowers on my table said...

I like to hold on to my flowers till the very end too! Linda x

The Monkey Flower Group said...

Don't you love a flower that dies gracefully? So beautiful. Like a still life.

I can't wait to see photos from your class! These are the roses from Rose Story, right? So exciting!!

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