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A day for red, rose and pink

a day for red

Camera ready? See what you can find in the realm of reds, roses and pinks today.

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09 June 2009

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21 Comments for A day for red, rose and pink

  1. Kathy Says:

    A bit more difficult for me today b here it is.

  2. Jess Gordon Says:

    OK – you got me – I just HAVE to join in this time, since I LOVE roses and my favorite colors are all variations of PINK and red :). I will be back with pics :)!!

  3. Karen Says:

    I just posted a mosaic of pink flowers yesterday on my blog; how timely! Here’s the link:

  4. Scrappycarrie Says:

    Added today’s pics to the Flickr Group

  5. Alison Says:

    Here are mine!

    More red than pink!

  6. Lisa Says:

    I’ve added mine to the flickr group ~ loving this!

  7. Brit Swiderski Says:

    Oooh I was hoping these colors would be today. Here’s my favorite picture from today: pink

  8. Jess Gordon Says:

    I’m back with photos :)!

  9. kim Says:

    Posted a pic with some red in it!

  10. Anso Says:

    Here are my photos:

  11. Julie Says:

    Hi – here’s mine.

  12. Tinkersdamn Says:

    Japanese Flowers
    I’m a little slow off the mark, but wanted to share my pic anyway.

  13. Anne Says:


  14. Kerry Says:

    Mine is here

  15. Lynn Says:

    My mostly pink pictures are here.

  16. loumaroo Says:

    Here are mine.

  17. Scarymary555 Says:

    Here’s my pink!

  18. Trees Says:

    Here are my photos :)

  19. SarahLP Says:

    I hope it’s OK if the photos aren’t actually taken on the day.. mine is of the lighthouse at Portland Bill – here on Flickr.

  20. Wendy Says:

    This is my red/pink pic. Definitely more red though

  21. Rebekah Says:

    Here’s my photos :)

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