Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A Lady Banks Bouquet


The Lady Banks rose is immense this year: a solid arc of flowers at least fourteen feet in length. Plenty for Clara to cut and arrange in a bouquet for the living room this evening.

15 comments:

Lucille said...

That is a beautiful portrait.

Liz Brebner said...

The photo is lovely. The flowers are beautiful and bright. They remind me of sunshine and smiles.

Lisa said...

Beautiful photo! I love the little glimpses you've given of your kitchen. Did you paint your cabinets white? I seem to recall a post about painting them but I don't remember if were refreshing them or if they were wood stain before? The reason I'm curious is because I want to paint my oak cabinets soft white but my husband thinks it's "trendy". I think it's a timeless, classic look.

Holly said...

She looks beautiful with her hair up like that - looks like a photo from the 1930s! I love it!

Suzy's Natural Southern Goodies said...

Just lovely (Clara and the flowers). How do you keep your kitchen so clean?

Katie said...

Lovely!

Julian said...

shes as pretty as the roses, even more so!
christina

Lisateresa said...

It's a lovely photograph. I really like the look of kitchen cabinets with the glass doors - but of course, what's inside has to be attractive and well arranged.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful portrait of Clara!

Margo said...

That is a perfect photo. Just beautiful - all the details, the lighting, the softened edges of Clara as she works. . .you must be so pleased.


Lisa, my cabinets are cream and we did that because our house is so shady and I wanted to lighten up the kitchen. I love it. If it looks outdated in a few years, I'll change the pulls, but I'm keeping the bright look!

Becca said...

This is a lovely photo.

Barbara said...

What an especially beautiful photo ... thank you for sharing

Eva Girl said...

I've so been enjoying your blog - it's such an inspiration to me - I hope to have a blog half as good as yours!!! Thank you : )

Katya said...

How lovely!

Anonymous said...

What a lovely picture of Clara. She looks so serene as she focuses on her task at hand.

Brenda

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