Monday, 29 September 2008

More roses and some grapes

Roses on our Sunday trip







sweet grapes


and a happy happy dog!

21 comments:

MuseSwings said...

I popped over from Soulbrush's blog. Your pictures are beautiful! Especially those grapes - very nice photograph and they look delicious!
Cynthia

marina said...

These photos could be from Greece! I loooove roses!
*I'm sorry I haven't played your game yet but I'm between dust...wardrobes...my girls lessons...I 'll do it as soon as I finish housecleaning!*

Britt-Arnhild said...

Lovely late roses. I also still have a few in my garden, but I am afraid Mr. Frost will soon come for a visit.

Webradio said...

Bonsoir !
Elles sont belles Tes fleurs !

C'est qui qui se tord de riredans la pelouse ???

Brenda said...

The roses are beautiful and the grapes make my mouth water. I love grapes!

The Tile Lady said...

Gorgeous roses! And such luscious-looking grapes! And that cute puppy rolling in the grass! :-)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh my those flowers are beautiful and those grapes are so pretty almost looks like they are not real. Nice photos

ayamlin said...

Hi maria!
I wish I picked up some grape on your blog:) ahaha!
now I'm done having lunch I want something sweet!!!
Ah--!I wanna eat the grape!

Marie Reed said...

I wouldn't mind eating those grapes for breakfast this morning!

soulbrush said...

i like the fact that the roses are losing their summer beauty (as we all do eventually, ha ha). and what a truly happy dog.

Small City Scenes said...

Great pics. roses and grapes delish!! Cute dog too. Yesterday flowers are so pretty, too.

I am going down to Oregon next week and will be gone all week. I am going to a fire look out tower way up in the mountains. Lots of hiking and good photo ops. I will be thinking of you as I am trudging along playing in the woods. The three of you (you, hubby and pup) would love it here. I have been to the lookout before. We are up so high we can see the Pacific Ocean. MB

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Maria!

Many thanks for the beautiful roses especially the red one and the juicy looking lovely sweet grapes.

I think your dog is lying upside down hoping the grapes will fall in his mouth :):):). He is a great entertainer!

The grapes remind of the days when I could buy seedless grapes straight from the vine yards in Sangli –Maharastra State –India.

It is admirable to note that you are continuously stressing the need indirectly for healthy outdoor activity which will promote all round well being.

Thanks for sharing!

Have a wonderful day!

Arija said...

Herbstlaub und Trauben! Ich moecht so gerne Trauben stoppeln gehen. Pilze muss es doch wohl auch schon geben, schon laengst zu spaet fuer Pfifferlinge , aber die Herbstpilze muessen sich doch schon bemerkbar machen.
Deine Rosen photos sind entzueckend. Die dunklere markierung bei den rosanen deutet auf Kaelte, das war mir gleich das erste Zeichen der wechselnden Jahreszeiten.
Schoen zu sehen was so sich in Wien tut. Liebe Gruesse, Arija

Jeanette said...

Gday Maria, Beautiful roses are they out of your Garden. and those grapes are making me want to reach right in and pick one and eat it..
Cute Puppy..

Jan said...

Roses and grapes, they just go together. Love all your photos.

arleena said...

The roses are beautiful, always.
Thanks for visiting my blog.

Catherine said...

They're going to harvest the grapes next week-end at Montmartre.
Really! There will be a celebration with many people coming from wine-producing areas of France.

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Wonderful...the grapes looks so delicious Yummie!

Vodka Mom said...

i l ove those! Lovely.....

antigoni said...

I love roses and grapes for a different reason each of them.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Lovely roses and grapes and lots of other nice pictures too. And a cute husband, LOL! :-D

Mary

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