Photo courtesy of Darolyn Quayle

Photo courtesy of Darolyn Quayle

‘Tis the last rose of summer | Eye on MI

This photo reminded an Island resident of a song

  • Monday, November 13, 2017 1:39pm
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Darolyn Quayle, a member of the Mercer Island United Methodist Church, recently took this photo of a rose in the church’s garden, using a Sony SLR with a zoom 28-85 lens. The rose reminded Quayle of the song, “’Tis the last rose of summer; Left blooming alone.”

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