Garden Challenge, June 2016: Roses Are the Essence of (Early) Summer

For me, a sudden abundance of roses is the signal that spring is turning into summer.

A old-fashioned rose grows in the Medieval Village section of St-Valery-sur-Sommes.
A old-fashioned rose grows in the Medieval Village section of St-Valery-sur-Sommes An English rose at Newstead Abbey just after the rain.
An English rose at Newstead Abbey A rose tree in the UBC Rose Garden, Vancouver.
A rose tree in the UBC Rose Garden, VancouverRoses on the wall of the farm cider seller in Normandy, France.
Roses on the Wall of the Farm Cider Seller Fragrant red roses growing up a wall in Delft, Holland. (More on A very good day and then another.)
Fragrant red roses growing up a wall in Delft, Holland. June Garden Challenge: The Essence of Summer

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