Beetles attacking a rose - ugh. Never mind, their days are numbered.
Now, the good stuff.
First, the Garden Monster - a Sugar Snack cherry tomato plant which has gone berserk. It's nearly 6' tall, and it has thrown out branches 4' long, which are trailing along the ground like vines. It actually overran and toppled a large "Champion" tomato plant 3' away. I only discovered the smothered victim when I noticed one big green tomato among all the little ones, but I managed to pull the tentacles off of it and right it again. Turned all the lower leaves yellow, but I think it will survive.
Here's Emma with a raspberry. We have 3 types, and I can't remember the names of any of them anymore. But the two others are earlier varieties, and smaller. This third one, we have a whole row of (second picture, with the potatoes in the foreground), and they are HUGE, especially when they first ripen. They are just starting to get ripe now, and will continue to produce until the frost.
Finally, some flowers: