Today's Flowers: By Candlelight

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Last week's roses faded, but not without a beautiful last moment by candlelight.

Today's Flowers

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  1. gorgeous, so velvety...up close and personal.

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  2. To notice

    to attempt

    to capture


    to share

    this divine aspect

    is a holy act;
    a prayer pleasing to God,
    a gift
    to me
    to all visitors.

    Thank you, Sandy

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  3. I hate it when I see them wilting.The rose will always be the Queen of flowers.
    It speaks to every one, without saying a word.

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  4. You're right -- this rose did have one last moment of beauty. This is a wonderful, warm picture.

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  5. It's almost radiating its own warmth.

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  6. Gorgeous! Do I sense romance in the air....ahhh...so beautiful.

    Hugs, G

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  7. Exquisite! And a last moment by candlelight is the best there is! Ok, ok, I'm a hopeless romantic! Have a lovely Sunday, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  8. Splendid shades in this rose, Sandy! Beautiful image!

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  9. Such details, it looks like silk and velvet. Stunning!
    Nature creates magical things at all times, and we can only try to follow suit.
    Have a lovely Sunday,
    xxo

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  10. Sometimes a little candlelight works wonders.

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  11. LIKE VELVET...CONGRATS
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/02/sooner-or-later/

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  12. oh, Sandy...this is extraordinary! What a beautiful rose and what a lovely image...happy Valentine's Day to you!

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  13. Beautiful rose. Happy Valentine's Day!

    My entry.

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  14. Great color...maybe you'll get more for Valentine's day.

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  15. Just lovely...
    Wish you a very Happy Valentine's Day!!

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  16. Que foto linda! Parabéns pela criatividae!

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  17. this is gorgeous! i imagine a flicker of candlelight reflects on this rose.

    http://savorthebite.blogspot.com/2011/02/todays-flowers-28-red-passion-flower.html

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  18. No romance here, Geraldine. Sadly. For now.

    Thanks, friends, for being here.

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  19. yes, it is more dramatic in candlelight. No matter how common a rose is, portraying such deep emotion can uplift its stance!

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