Dear, Iam here for to say you:HAPPY NEW YEAR AND THAT GOD PROTECTS U AND YOUR FAMILYgraceolsson.com/blog
Lovely pictures.Happy New Year,GiselaI really believe that there are things that nobody would see,if I didn't photograph them.
Fantastic rose, I love how the colors change from the center to outside. It seems to glow. Great job!...Take a look at Assymetrical flowers!
Frozen or not, it still is a beauty, Carver!Blessed New Year to you!
Lovely rose! Happy New years to you and your family.
wow! that's pretty cool how the middle is still looking like it's in it's prime, neat. Nice photo!
What a wonderful Camellia dear friend!!!I also loved the first shot , the fireplace is so charming! :)Léia
The strength of the rose to survive amazes me...I take inspiration from this rose.Wishing you a Happy New Year filled with Joy good health and lots of inspiration!hugs aNNa xo
Lovely fireplace with the dried flowers. Camellias are tough and beautiful. My best wishes in the New Year.T.
What a beautiful capture!Please come and see My flowers when you're free. Happy New Year!
A lovely post, loved the warmth from that fire :) Beautiful flowers, and how interesting that the Camellia retained its color.
Love the photo of the dried flowers in front of the fireplace. Last year, the buds on one of my camellias froze but stayed red. Have a happy New Year!
Beautiful photos.Happy New Year to you and your family.
Very nice picutres especially the rose. happy new year! My entry
Lovely! Happy New Year!
awesome shots...they are still beautiful mine is here
What an amazing rose ... simply BEAUTIFUL ;-)Hugs and blessings,
it's also now that :ve seen a dried flower with the center still looking fresh and new
The centre IS still colourful! T wonder why that is!Happy New Year, Carver.
Happy New Year to you, too!
what pretty pics!
beautiful anyway!! Have a lovely day.
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