Sunday, July 10, 2011

My First Mosaic Monday: Roses and Nova Scotia


Welcome. I do love roses, particularly if they have a wonderful fragrance. These are some of the ones that live in my garden. As I'm participating in my first Mosaic Monday over at Little Red House, I thought I'd share them with you. Go ahead, take a sniff and then pick a blossom or two for your bedside table!



If maritime scenery is more to your taste, perhaps you'll enjoy these photos of northern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. It's a captivating place; the mountains and the sea are an inspiring pair!

Thank you so much for visiting and please come again. You (and your comments) are always welcome at My Little Home and Garden.

25 comments:

  1. Your mosaics are so beautiful! Thanks so much for posting about Cape Breton Island and for the virtual tour. Happy Mosaic Monday!

    Best wishes for a lovely week,
    Natasha.

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  2. How lovely! The roses are beautiful and the scenery spectacular! Have a delightful week!

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  3. One of the things on my Bucket List is to visit Nova Scotia before I die. I loved the Anne of Green Gables books and have always wanted to make the trip. Your scenic shots are lovely and could be on post cards they are so appealing. Your roses are drop dead gorgeous. I am envious of you ladies who can grow them. They are NOT one of the flowers I have success with. Happy MM. Genie

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  4. You really have two mosaics to delight the senses for sure! Just beautiful!

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  5. Oh how lovely!!! Your garden must be beautiful, with all these gorgeous blossoms. Thanks so much for sharing at Mosaic Monday, and welcome!!!
    xoxo

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  6. Beautiful mosaics!! The roses are gorgeous in their own right and make such an artistic mosaic. Nova Scotia is just beautiful.

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  7. Gorgeous roses and your Nova Scotia shots are simply beautiful! Loved the sunset scene.

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  8. Love all your roses and the scenes of Nova Scotia are beautiful. Welcome to Mosaic Monday. V

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  9. Hi Karen
    Great job on the mosaics and your photos are stunning. They're kind of fun to make, don't you think?
    Judith

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  10. The mosaics (and the roses) are beautiful.
    Nova Scotia is beautiful...

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  11. Just lovely. Roses remain my favorite.

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  12. Hello,Karen!
    So beautiful! Your Mosaic and roses are Lovely!
    I like to see tha sceneries of Vova Scotia too.
    Tomoko.

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  13. I would love to visit Nova Scotia some day! Your mosaics are lovely! Beautiful photos make such wonderful mosaics! ♥

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  14. Very pretty mosaic. I love the red doors on that house!

    Nova Scotia is just beautiful and so are your roses!

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  15. The pictures are so lovely. You did a great job taking them.

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  16. Hi your mosaics are both gorgeous. I love roses and your header with the clematis is stunning! Makes me long for summmer!!

    Veronica
    www.tasselsandtwigs.blogspot.com

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  17. So many beautiful flowers! I'll want to look at these again when we are buried in snow and cold in the winter. Judy

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  18. Mmmmm - beautiful images for this transplanted Cape Bretoner. Now I'm on another island, on the other coast, but CB still calls me.

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  19. Such lovely roses. I think my favorite is the pale pink one in the bottom row, center. I can just imagine the fragrance.

    I live on an island on the other side of Canada, and one day hope to visit Cape Breton Island.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  20. This is a beautiful 1st Mosaic Monday post. In fact, it's brilliant. xx's

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  21. Thanks for sharing your beautiful flowers. Great job on both mosaics.

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  22. Oh! I love Cape Breton and Nova Scotia! I've visited a few times and have always been enchanted. The best lobster i ever ate was at a camp in NS.

    Your roses are beautiful! You have such a lovely variety!

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  23. I just discovered you live in Nova Scotia! It is one of my favorite places!! My husband's step-mother lives in the Annapolis Valley. We love to visit and go to the farmer's market in Wolfville. Our favorite place to eat lobster is Hall's Harbour. Oh, I do envy you!

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