The Red Roses Project

Gray and cold days are not my friend. As the winds of changes cold tendrils grasps my being so does my desire to enjoy every opportunity to capture the world through the lens. Time here on this Blue Marble, for me and you, is limited so I am trying to come up with creative ways to do what I love. You see I love nature and for three seasons the colors and the green and blooming things can be found. The Winter is  indifferent to my desire to capture beautiful things so I have started a fun, so far at least, project I am calling The Red Roses Project. It is quite simple: I take these faux Red Roses and use them to add color to things in the gray days till Spring. The Roses I believe have been used three times in recent posts, so I am now putting a name to what has been running around in my pointed little head. Here is my latest sampling.

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Author: The Jagged Man

I am a 59 year old guy who is asking questions about life like "what does it all mean?" and " how come hair will not grow on my head but grows real fast on my ears and back?" you know the deep stuff. I believe in Jesus Christ and that He died for all. The rest I am still working on.

6 thoughts on “The Red Roses Project”

  1. Interesting (and startling) to see my last name used as a first name on this old gravestone. Nicely done with the splash of color!

    1. Thanks Rich! Your comment has me wondering what were the common and popular names of that era.Most are probably “boring” compared to today’s sampling but I bet they were badges of honor and quite proper to boot!

      1. You’re probably right. I really never considered my last name being used as a first until I looked at your photo. Very interesting to consider.

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