Mother’s Day……Roses

Roses are a gift of Love

The mother’s love is as precious as the love of their children

As a rose blooms in it’s beauty, a mother’s compassion grows in love and you as a child nurture the love of was giving to you and you will pass it on to the world. Mothering other’s is a great gift.


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22 Responses to Mother’s Day……Roses

  1. Herman says:

    Your flower photographs are always so beautiful, Cornelia. This post is a wonderful tribute to all the Mothers out there…

  2. Bellissime !!! Love the roses and the colours palette in your photos. Delicate. A sweet tribute for any Mother, well done.

  3. picpholio says:

    Beautiful shots !

  4. Peter Klopp says:

    The roses I bought for my wife in a flower pot have the same colour as yours in your wonderful Mother’s Day post, Cornelia.

  5. Subtle pink roses that speak of a Mother’s Unconditional Love for her children and a superb tribute to a Mother, Cornelia. Awesome post.

  6. arv! says:

    Beautiful pictures. This colour is not very common here and therefore it seems exotic. In fact, the popular Indian rose is red and the petals are delicate. It is used to make Gulkand, a sweet ingredient that goes into many things.

  7. Tina Schell says:

    As always Cornelia, your eye for beauty is spot-on. Most would photograph the roses in full glory but your capture of their fading beauty is much more evocative. truly lovely images.

  8. da-AL says:

    what a gorgeous post in every way, Cornelia ❤

  9. Simply beautiful. The palette, the roses, the soft light, the elegance.

  10. Just went to a Rose Garden this weekend. They are beautiful and fragrant and indeed it’s a symbol of love…giving, kind, brings out the best in people. Thanks 🙏

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