How beautiful! Where did you take that? In your garden? Just love it.The road to Paradise.
What a lovely road to travel. Great Wordless Wednesday post Niels!
The road not taken... Exquisite!
Fantastic shot - where was it taken?/Katarina
Thank you for your compliments! I do not have such a big garden - and if I did I would surely not waste all that space on a lawn!When you grow many roses you also deadhead many buckets of spent roses. We have a huge compost lot nearby where we take all the organic material from our gardens (minus that I want for my own compost). One day I drowe my wheelbarrow and on the way back I noticed I had strewn a lot of rosepetals on the grass. That gave me the idea to stage this picture, using the petals from spent roses, strewn on the areas of our community green space where the grass is cut. Most areas are not cut and bloom like a big meadow. After taking the picture I used a grass rake to remove them again - Later I realized I should have left them - many would have gotten a big surprise! But they all know the 'rose-man' as they call me in the neighbourhood. I have taken other artistic rose pictures and use them for private postcards - I call them roseart. I think they are art, because they are a created expressions using roses. I don´t think I will participate in many wordless wednesdays, but I looked at my lists of draft and many needed a bit more work, so I posted this.The Title was from a Hymn - Called - Let Him Heal your Heart - Reminding me that there are many roads that leads us to Christ and that each of us have to find our own road in life in pursuit of temporal and eternal happiness.
Some see trash and some see a rose strewn path.
Well Niels, I think anyone in the neighborhood could see who the culprit was. The pinks, reds, and whites .......Yeah, you should definitelty have left it there. I came up with an idea for you. Doesn´t take any research and could get alot of feedback. How´s about we all suggest our ugliest rose; one that we would not recommend. We all must have regretted planting one and hoped that it would die on its own, so as to keep our conscience clean.
Very lovely!! And what a beautiful idea.
Very beautiful and impressive Niels:).
Stunning piece of art NeilsRegardsKarenAn Artists Garden
A gardener....Beautiful roses and photo...
That is beautiful. Great Job!
Stunning and generous. Thank you.
Simply breathtaking. Thank you for sharing this as it is beautiful.
That is so clever and fun. If I picked that many petals, my roses would be bare. You have a lot of roses.
I just LOVE that road!!
wow, what a great shot!I just found your wonderful blog, and I see that you are based in Denmark, may I comment in Norwegian?
The whole concept of your post is thought provoking and truly outstanding, as well as, beautiful!
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