Another layered image in my humble attempt to honor Severin Roesen, a 19th-century painter I admire particularly for his luscious details in the roses he painted. In this image, I used a photo of my David Austin Sweet Juliet roses, which came out a bit blurred, and a photograph of a moss-covered wall as the texture. Old English roses and moss seem to go together, again evoking another time and place . . .
Another version of the single rose image I uploaded as the new banner for my haiku blog -- so many versions from just one rose -- brilliant. Must be off now -- the little gray cells are getting dim . . . !