Sunday, January 23, 2011

delivering your (freebie!) roses

Hi there!  No, I have not forgotten you.  :)  In fact, I have been quietly lurking in the background enjoying your creative, inspiring, informative and chatty posts.  You are hard habits to break - not that I want to!  Just have a lot to do that requires my full attention for a little while.

With Valentine's Day on the horizon, I am hoping a few macro shots of red  and dark pink roses might please you ..... particularly because you can download them for your own creative use!  You are welcome to use these rose macros for personal or commercial endeavors.  My only stipulation is that you not regift or sell them as your own.  Use them creatively in your own artistic endeavors.  I would love to see what you do with them.   A link back to me would be appreciated where possible.









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19 comments:

  1. The roses are beautiful, thank you! It's a real shame when life gets in the way of blogging, isn't it? It's good to hear from you Bonnie.

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  2. This red in the middle of winter, and in the middle of your very attractive new template, is a show stopper. You know how to make a re-entrance, don't you!? :)

    Happy to see you. Be well!

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  3. Good to see you around; great to have early roses here, so generously bestowed. Ah, Valentine, the joy, the pain, the memories.

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  4. Beautiful to see you back here, Bonnie, and bearing such beautiful early-Valentine rose gifts. Thank you.

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  5. SO good to see you and you come bearing gifts of red roses, how wonderful, "thank you"

    Love Gail
    peace....,

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  6. Hi Bonnie,

    I am glad to see you have not entirely forsaken blogland and have, as yet, no intention to do so. I had wondered also if you were quite well?

    But there you are, in your creative incarnation, giving us lovely photos.
    See you when you are ready. ATB, Friko

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  7. I can almost smell them. What a lovely thing to see in winter!

    Pearl

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  8. bonnie...great to see you...and thanks for the gift...may use them to write a little love poetry...

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  9. You are back!


    And bearing roses. You have been missed, but of course we understand very well.



    Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

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  10. Hi, Bonnie. Thanks for the flowers. I've missed you. I hope all is well.

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  11. I had a garden once with over 200 roses – I still miss them. Thank you for these beautiful photos – the roses are exquisite.

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  12. Thank you for the sweet gift of roses, Bonnie! Such a beautiful flower...

    Totally love the new look of your blog! It rocks, dahling :)

    Gwynnie

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  13. Great to see you pop up in my reader and you've even brought flowers. Beauties at that. I hope you're keeping busy in a good way. If these lovely macro shots are any indication, you certainly are. :)

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  14. Glad to see you back, Bonnie, and with such radiance! Roses are a welcome sight to most of us in this coldest of winters.

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  15. I was looking at some of my archived garden photos. Missing my roses, the lilacs , peonies. Soon.

    Stay well, and warm.

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  16. A rose ... for me! :) And what a nice way you present them- I love this dramatic new look!

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  17. What a lovely gift Bonnie, i shall use them in my Art journal and post them with all the Love and Light that you send to me ~Thankyou~ xox

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  18. Bonnie, these are stunning! Thank you for sharing them.
    I so love the contrast of the roses against the background of your page...:)

    be well~
    Calli

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