Sunday, October 26, 2008

Wild Rosehips







New pots and freshly cut rosehips..Flowers are so pretty at every stage..don't you think?? I do..



16 comments:

Linda Crispell said...

Julie, These are beautiful! Please check out Blurb.com for publishing a book of your photographs and pots. The quality of the books is wonderful and I will buy your first book!
Linda

Kar said...

Hi Julie! Love the pots! Let me know if you got the info I sent you. I'm glad your kiln is back to normal!

Eileen said...

Oh my. This is absolutly stunning.

I love all those little handles.. so delicate looking and pretty. So glad your kiln is working again!

andie said...

Mmmm, yes I agree! Beautiful new pots too. I'm waiting for my bday to get one (Dec.)!
:)
a.

judy said...

Oh yes, I agree. Very pretty.

Firefly Hill said...

Just beautiful Julie! I agree about Blurb.com...very cool. You should check it out!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I've never seen these before--gorgeous and so are the vases.

PJ's talkin'.... said...

The vases are so very pretty. I love the one with all the handles. But the bottom one could be my favorite... can't decide. The rose hips are such a vivid color... and a treat. thanks, PJ

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

My oh my! Gorgeous and brilliant color!!!

xoxo
Becky

Deb said...

Gorgeous as always Julie! I love the two handled pots with your signature design & those amazing rosehips.

Lola Enchanted said...

So very pretty!

Donna said...

Oh, the bright red rosehips look wonderful in your little vases!

Hugs,
Donna

fourlittleloves said...

Hi Julie! Just wanted to let you know that you have an award from me over at the Childrens Nest because I love your blog!! It really is amazing that our paths have crossed again! I love it! Hope you have a great day!!

Kelly said...

Yes, I agree. The flowers are gorgeous, but the vases are even more lovely I think!

farmerjulie said...

Thanks everyone for all of your sweet comments!!

Fifi Flowers said...

Those are VERY interesting... LOVE the new pots!

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