It was a great find Virginia.Have a great Sunday.Costas
This image fills me with melancholy.
Rob would call this,"Rusty Rose."Very nice.
I love this photo.
Virginia, vous êtes une artiste! Cette rose placée sur cette porte, donne une grande émotion à la photographie!
This is wonderful! Together, the rust, the lock, the wrought iron and the wilted red rose exude a powerful message of love and loss.
Nice that someone still remembers the deceased here. Love the rose!
I always leave a red rose on my husband's grave, which probably looks like yours in a short while. Did you see Costea's roses>
I agree with brattcat...this evokes feelings of melancholy...a sadness for the end of life...the end of a season...
Melancholy, do people use that word anymore? but it was the first word to come to mind.Great catch.
That rose is probably a link in the chain of love between two people...one now gone, perhaps.Fine photo!
People who leave flowers on graves have the best on intentions. However, a few days later, the scene is even sadder than before. Makes me think of the Rolling Stones song Dead Flowers.
Bob, NOTHING makes me think of the Stones. I know , I"m out of it. V
Perfect composition; we have the decaying rose to compliment the old iron gate and the rusty chain and lock. Love the textures and colors!
I know I couldnt have ..
Enough to make a heart skip a beat.
The thing that is dead is often most alive in colour. You could not of staged this better. Serendipity, the photographers friend.
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