Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Had some soft light coming in our back windows this afternoon..and deicided to take a few quick shots with my dried roses and some olde papers that I got at the last Antique Show.


Susan said...

Rose as usual your photos are beautiful! I love the look of dried roses!

Pearl said...

So beautiful from the paper to the rose's to the container. I hope you make cards with your photography with your talent you would sell tons! Have a happy day! Pearl

Pam of Eastlake Victorian said...

Very beautiful, Rose! I agree with Pearl, you should make greeting cards with your lovely images. :-)


ANGIE said...

Hi Rose. I was blog hopping and ended up here on your lovely blog. Your photos are stunning! I love the soft vintage look of everything I see. I've become a follower so I can stop by again.

We're snowing here in Louisiana, so I'm sure you're having a cold day. Hope it's a lovely one.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Susan, Pearl, Pam & Angie...thank you so very much, I REALLY love when you come by and visit.


Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I'm sorry....Pearl and Pam...I did not mean to ignore your sweet compliments about my images..and making them into greeting cards...
I have been told that time after time..but I don't really know how to do that..and I don't know how greeting cards/notes sell in the email, twitter, texting world anymore..
They can be made into stationery..but I can't SELL stataionery..( IncrediMail)...so I really don't know about a market for them.
Years ago I contacted Hallmark Cards..and they wanted EXCULSIVE RIGHTS to the photo's that they used...and they did not pay much at all per image. Mostly what it gave you were "bragging rights" that you were "published" by Hallmark.
HOWEVER...I love that you love my work.


French Charmed ~ Chelle said...

Bonjour Rose ~ Your pictures are amazing. Your roses are gorgeous! How do you keep them so clean and fresh looking? I'd love to know your secret. Hope you have a beautiful rest of the week ~ Au Revoir, Chelle