Wednesday, January 6, 2010

River and Roses


There are still a few pink roses blooming along the trellis and iron fence behind the St. James Hotel. While these are a hardy variety, I wonder how they will fare in temperatures in the teens. We'll soon find out!

8 comments:

Kate said...

The wrought iron, blue sky and flowers remind me of Mexico. Perhaps I should not have stayed home this year! I now yearn for warmer weather!

Rambling Round said...

Yes Kate, usually I am commenting on your gorgeous Mexico photos this time of year! Try to enjoy all that snow! We may get a dusting here tomorrow. If not, it will be a cold, cold rain.

Halcyon said...

I am thinking those pretty blooms will soon be gone. I am tired of this cold snap. Bring on the global warming!

Jim Klenke said...

bundled up, we are.

bfarr said...

I don't think they can last much longer. Very pretty.

Angela said...

A pleasant, exotic view definitely... excuse me while I take off my parka!!:)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

It shouldn't hurt them in the long run. It would have to be down there for several days before it would damage the plant if it is a hardy rose.

Leora said...

Oh, this is wonderful, the flowers on the wrought iron fence.