Delicately treasured, yet strong.
Powerfully artistic, yet affecting.
Intensely emotional, yet mysterious.
Vigorously weak, yet strengthening.
Beautifully robust, yet simple.
The Red Rose can represent true love. A love stronger than thorns.
We have 39 Red Roses on our dining room table.
That’s a lot of love.
A lot of photos yearning for capture.
12 thoughts on “A Rose is not just a Rose”
How sweet of your hubby! You’re so right…that’s a lotta love right there 😉
Beautiful, photos and words. Enjoy those lovely roses….and keep taking pics!
awwh thats beautiful!! too bad there isnt a “love it” button! i’d click “love it” soo many times
Love this. Beautiful words (and so true) to accompany beautiful pictures.
You’re here. I am happy!
Beautiful photos, beautiful sentiment!
Beautiful description to go along with these amazing shots!
Now who was the lucky girl to get these??? I wonder 😉
I die for your posts! 🙂
Very, very pretty. I especially love your ‘yearning for capture’ comment. There’s a lot of potential in them there words…
That reminds me, I took some quick picks of a lovely bouquet of roses with my cell phone the other day. I’ll have to upload them and see if they turned out.
Oooh, those photos are gorgeous!
It is obvious that the photos of that rose were taken with love–lots, and lots of love!!