Saturday, September 27, 2014

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 316



When I visited my old home in Devon, we wanted to visit the church in my village where Gregg and I were married and our son was Christened a few years later.  These are photos I took nearby.



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33 comments:

  1. I love the deep red roses with the lovely old church in the background.

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  2. Oh wow, I especially like your composition in the first photo of the roses. Stunning capture.

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  3. The first photo is fabulous. The red roses look even redder with the grey church in the background. Have a wonderful weekend, Denise!

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  4. Love the roses against the church building. Have a great weekend.

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  5. The church visit must have brought back lovely memories. The flowers are pretty. Nothing nicer than an English country garden.

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  6. They are gorgeous - even without the memory of place which makes them even more special to you.

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  7. Wonderful flowers around your memorable place.

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  8. The first photo is beautiful, the roses really stand out against the church background.

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  9. Hi! Nice captures. Thanks for sharing your memorial church photo with red roses. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  10. I absolutely love that first shot.
    I felt quite emotional visiting the church where Chris and I were married, when I visited the UK in 2011.
    Jane x

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  11. A lovely place. The red flowers against the weathered stone are very pretty. I found it difficult to take a bad photo in England during July and August when the perennials seem to peak. Could do without those silly gillyflowers in the spring, however.

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  12. How I love the color of those roses! They are so, so beautiful.

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  13. Meant to say what a beautiful church in the background, too!

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  14. oh, they're beautiful. and a very special place for you.

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  15. What a beautiful place, meaningful as well as lovely flowers.

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  16. the roses in front of the church are beautiful. the photo is awesome. i can't decide what i like best, the sharp clear roses or the church bokeh behind it. great shot

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  17. Gorgeous, both the flowers and the old stone of the church.

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  18. Beautiful blooms Denise. How special to go back to such a sentimental place.

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  19. It looked like England before I read where it was from. Lovely rose against the old church but my money goes on the Kiss-me-quick. The are such great self-seeding plants that beautifully fill in a bald patch in any perennial border.

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  20. Wonderful to re-visit these very special memories (your whole trip was full of those). Beautiful roses -- a lovely additional bonus to the visit!

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  21. The red roses against that gray stone is gorgeous. What wonderful memories you have there. Always something beautiful to see on your blog.

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  22. beautiful Denise and clearly full of happy memories.

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  23. Red roses are always so beautiful,there's something timeless about them,especially beside this old church.

    Have a lovely week Denise,
    Ruby

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  24. Beautiful flowers. I like going back and visiting places, it tends to stir up memories.

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  25. Beautiful and I. Guess there will be lots more lovely photos when you come back next year.

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  26. Denise what a lovely place...I love the red roses.

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  27. Beautiful flowers. I like the pictures of the flowers and even more the reason you were in that location when you saw them.

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  28. How fabulous to get to go back to the church where you were married, and your son christened! The roses and other flowers are just beautiful...but I particularly love the way the red roses look against that grey stone!

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  29. So very English Denise and how lovely to visit a place where you have great memories.

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  30. How wonderful that you were able to come back for a visit.

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