Saturday, 1 October 2011

Pink Saturday in October!



Although it's officially Autumn and the Virginia creeper on the house is beginning to change colour from green to burgundy, there are still plenty of roses in my garden.
So, I'm sending you all a little piece of pink, from Normandy, to celebrate the first day of October!

Joining Beverly @ How Sweet The Sound and her wonderful Pink Saturday party
click on the link to see more beautiful pinkness from around the globe.

14 comments:

  1. Hello and Happy Pink Saturday!
    What a Gorgeous rose!!!! It is definitely fall here in Michigan now, but my roses did not give another blooming. Just one this year! It was quite disappointing!
    JIl

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  2. Maggie,
    No roses this year! Deer ate them before they could bloom. Enjoying your pictures though.

    The doily was made by a friend of mine on an embroidery machine. It is exquisite. I hope to make a smaller one when we get back to Florida.

    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Carol

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  3. Good Morning Maggie!
    Your pink rose is beautiful. Love your photo composition. I think my roses are waterlogged because of all the rain we've had here in NY.
    Happy Pink Saturday! Have a great weekend.
    -Lynn

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  4. Lucky you for having those lovely roses still growing in your garden. So pretty....Christine

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  5. Pinktastic! This is what I love about Saturdays, you get to see so many delicious and gentle pink all around the blogging world. Thanks for sharing yours!

    My PINK is here, please come and visit when you get a chance. Have a nice weekend!

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  6. Your roses are beautiful - I like the way you edited your photo too!

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  7. Hi Maggie, That rose is gorgeous .Such beautiful pink.
    Happy pink saturday

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  8. What a beautiful pink! Does it have a perfume? I still have a few ragged roses in the garden, but the wind and rain have taken a toll.

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  9. Beautiful roses and I want to see your Virginia Creeper now. I'm sure it is gorgeous. Your new header is great, too. xo Jenny

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  10. Beautiful Maggie, just lovely!

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  11. My roses are just about over as far as beautiful blooms, just getting smaller and shriveling faster! Your pink ones are beautiful Maggie.

    Mary X

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  12. Maggie- what a gorgeous rose! Here in the US- October is breast cancer awareness month. Pink is THE cor for October - this is perfect!!
    Vicki

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  13. Also as it happens Think Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness, Gorgeous Rose. :)

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