Friday, April 13, 2012

Shades of Pink

Hello everyone,
     It is Pink Saturday today at How Sweet the Sound so I went looking though my photos for some of my favorite ' pinks'.
      


Our little granddaughter practicing her ballet moves.


Looking forward to warm summer nights but not wanting to  rush spring as I enjoy it too.
I love my roses-this one is Heritage an English David Austen rose.
A pink hydrangea in a vintage vase.
Some shades of pink geraniums.


A pretty pink foxglove, alas not from our garden.

Thank you Beverly for hosting Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound.
And
Thank you for visiting me,

Carolyn

37 comments:

sabrymagic said...

Hello Carolyn your post all pink is gorgeous!
I really like the corners of your house so romantic!
Beautiful plants!
It 's always a pleasure to come into your home!
a abbrccio
Sabry!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Such great pinks, Carolyn! I love your Heritage roses ~ just beautiful!

Rayanne said...

A most beautiful post, all the pinks, LOVELY! The song was perfect and your sweet little grand daughter...priceless!!
Have a blessed weekend!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello Carolyn,
Your photos are so lovely. I am particularly fond of the ones with your sweet granddaughter. I agree with you - I want spring to linger as long as possible - loving these days,
I hope you have a wonderful weekend,
Kathy

Deb said...

I love those little white tea cups with the teeny roses. So pretty. I am so anxious for flowers again. The Foxglove is incredible, isn't it. Your grand-daughter is so sweet. Mine will be 2 in May. Hugs, Deb=^..^=x6

Linda at Beautiful Ideas said...

Hi Carolyn,
That Heritage rose is gorgeous! How I do love pink!!!
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Special 'K' said...

Beautiful pink pictures, but your precious pink ballerina is adorable. Have a great weekend. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Stunning beautiful pinks........ahhhhhh...so so pretty.

I agree- that sweet little ballerina is priceless, best pink of all!

Jo-Anne's Rambling said...

What beautiful pink photos you have shared those pink roses are just gorgeous yes as you know pink flowers are my favourite

Melissa said...

Gorgeous! I just love it all.

Abigail Kuhn said...

As always I love coming to your blog! And I recently picked up a magazine(Romantic Homes, I believe) in Walmart and it had an article about you and I got my husband's attention and told him, "Hey,look this is the lady who's blog I enjoy!" I want to go back and purchase the magazine eventually!
Also wanted to ask where you found the tea cup napkin rings?

Susan said...

Oh Carolyn.....Such lovely images...you are a wonderful photographer. Susan

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Oh, I love that Heritage rose! Also that pink germanium is beautiful. The prettiest of all is your sweet Granddaughter. Thanks for sharing all that pretty pink!

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Carolyn: I have never seen such beautiful shades of pinks..Happy Weekend..Judy

It's me said...

Beautiful pink !!!...happy weekend darling...love from me....xxx...

Rowan said...

Beautiful and inspiring photos as always:) The Heritage rose is just gorgeous, David Austin has so many wonderful varieties.

jeanetteann said...

Gorgeous pink post. Every picture is so lovely xx

My Little Home and Garden said...

Is it too early in the day, and season, for a nap on the pink flower-covered bed? How lovely, Carolyn!
(PS -I hope you little grandson is doing well.)

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

Hello Carolyn
YESSSS this was a PINK POST :)
Lovley photos all of them.......but the ROSES was the best :)
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Bernideen said...

Beautiful photos and blog! Do you have dirt under your nails today? I imagine things are coming along now....

Merlesworld said...

I love the pink flowers but blue is my chosen colour maybe because it's so hot here and blue is so cooling.
Merle......

Barb said...

Hi Carolyn,
Love this pretty post....especially the pink hydrangea.
God Bless
Barb from Australia

Rowan said...

So many pretty things especially the teapot. I've finally succumbed to the temptation to acquire some pretty china and have won a lovely Victoriana Rose trio and a really beautiful vintage hot water pot on E-bay today. I fear there is more to come:)

Madelief said...

Beautiful pinks Carolyn! What a pretty rose 'heritage' is.

Your granddaughters look very sweet.

Happy week ahead.

Madelief x

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn
I don't imagine there would be a shortage of pink things at your place; I enjoyed all that you showed.
The hat box caught my eye, it's pretty. I was looking for one recently and they are hard to find. I ended up with a pretty plain one but will keep looking.
Judith

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

I would love to have the David Austin rose you showed, it is spectacular!

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Carolyn.

No one makes pink as lovely as you. And, your foxgloves are gorgeous. I've always loved them.

Blooming Rose Musings said...

All of your pinks are so beautiful. What is it about pink roses that makes them so romantic!?! They used to say red roses were the expression of true love but I truly believe it is the pink rose that expresses that emotion! Beautiful photos.

Elzie said...

Beautiful pinks, and the most beautiful one is your granddaughter. She's such a lovely girl. And that rose, hm!, guess I have to see if that one is for sale in this country.
Have a nice evening.
Love Elzie

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Lovely pinks, Carolyn! What wonderful weather we're having, eh? I imagine there are any number of flowers peeking up in your gardens these days. I picked up Romantic Homes and enjoyed the feature they did on you. It was lovely!

Blessings,
Sandi

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

magical as always...I love visiting here.

Rabbit Hill Primitives said...

I have just discovered your beautiful home and lovely lovely garden thanks to Romantic Homes magazine. I think I have been logged into your blog since Sunday! Your gardens are such an inspiration and have brought me great joy. It has been a delight!!

All my best,
Jenn

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Linda said...

Welcome back, Carolyn! AWESOME teapot - did you find it in Florida? It's jaw-dropping. I'd be drinking tea all day from that gorgeous vessel. Again, huge congrats to you on the Romantic Homes article by Jo-anne. And, Midge and I agree the pond photo is very wall worthy! LOL

Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

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