Monday, June 15, 2015

The rose...


(Kim's 1212-music texture, hardlight, 40% opacity)

"Just remember in the winter 

(Kim's hughes texture, hardlight, 30% opacity)

far beneath the winter snow

(Kim's 1412 texture, screen mode, 30% opacity)

Lies the seed that with the sun's love,

(Kim's just a touch 2 texture, screen mode, 20% opacity)

 in the spring becomes the rose." 
The Rose by Amanda McBroom
 (Kim's elevate texture, lighten, 20% opacity)


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28 comments:

  1. White lace, white rose... there's something poetic about these. :)

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  2. Pretty pictures. I remember that song from high school and the year before my husband and I were married. Beautiful memories.

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    1. Thanks, friend. A song can sure take you back in time, can't it?

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  3. Beautiful pictures with the white rose and lace. AND I've always loved that song. Although when I do hear Bette Midler sing it I think about Jesus "The Son" whose love can change us into something beautiful.

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    1. Hi"Red"! Always happy to see your face and comment here. I do love Bette Midler's voice and this is a beautiful song.

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  4. The Rose and a beautiful one! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  5. Love white...it is so fresh and clean; especially a rose. Beautiful

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  6. The cream-colored rose is exquisite. I love your composition with the lace and light. Beautiful!

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  7. What a beautiful collection of still life photography. The combo of white rose and white lace ribbon is exquisite. So peaceful. Thanks for sharing at Song-ography.

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    1. Thanks for hosting the link up, Kathy!

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  8. I find photos that are done in monochromatic tones to be so peaceful and soothing. These that you took are really lovely.

    GOD BLESS!

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  9. These pictures are beautiful. Wonderful lace with the white rose.

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  10. Oh my, love these. They are so vintage romantic. They absolutely remind me of you... not the vintage part :-)

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    1. Well, I'll be 58 in August, so the word vintage may not be too far off!

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