"Imperfection"...but, not the photograph! I would call that "perfection!"
Interesting quote and good shot! A great combination.
Important thoughts illustrated by the perfect imperfection.
love this shot--gentle reminder that even imperfection is beautiful
Lovely shot, lovely frame, lovely quote.I like the idea of imperfections letting the soul out.
Interesting quote about imperfection, Carletta!
That's very interesting. Happy Ruby Tuesday to you!
Imperfectly perfect. A great shot. Very beautiful.
That's so beautiful. There is a custom in some Jewish homes to not complete one little spot of the house, so things shouldn't be perfect. Somewhat related.Love how the rose is framed, with that brushed-in look.
Inserting a flaw into the work of art allows the artist to challenge the viewer. Perhaps he/she hopes that the guest will examine the entire work and see the overwhelming beauty instead of the aberration...
Imperfection makes it more perfect ^_^My red shoes
A very interesting quote and a nice ruby pic.
I love roses. I can almost smell that one.
I never heard that Carletta.How very interesting. Your Rose is too pretty to have a imperfection...Happy RTB. Love the music!
Beautiful shot!Road Trip
Hi Carletta, nothing imperfect about the photo or the rose! Great Ruby Tuesday. :))
Imperfection or not, looks beautiful.Paz
dear carletta...your beautiful words under this lovely imperfect rose, makes the rose surely perfect!thank you for your kind words on my blog and thank you for this beautiful but sad music you are playing here...it touches my inner most soul....love terry
The Indians are very clever people. I worked alongside two very nice Indian fellows for a couple of years when I was in college the first time.In the Army we would alway have some little planned imperfection on purpose for an inspection. The inspectors (I.G.--Inspector General) HAD to find something to be a good inspector.Happy RT! Thanks for peeking in on my Beani Baby...
it's beautiful despite the imperfection.
That's just lovely - and very well paired with the quote!
I love this post! Perfect pairing --- perfect picture, perfect quote, much to think about!
Very nice ! for once not a perfect rose ! lol !
that is still one lovely rose for me :) love the title!u may view mine here
What a beautiful post..in thought..imagery and word! Enchanting true beauty!
How perfect is that unperfect red rose that matches the quote by Martha Graham! Happy Ruby Tuesday, Carletta! Thanks for the music too! :)
Agreed, that is a beautiful shot!
Hi, and thanks for the Comment.Lovely photo.All the best.Ulla/Swedenhttp://ladyinblue.bloggplatsen.se/
Perfectly imperfect! and the quote belongs with this photo. Nicely done--Happy RT!
That looks like a heart.Poor Tuesday
I like the quote a lot. I never thought of blankets having souls.There is beauty in imperfection, because nothing is perfect. I like the framing here.Happy Ruby Tuesday, Carletta.
The quote illustrates a very interesting concept, and the picture fits perfectly.
Now I know what ALL my inperfections are for.... Lily is looking as sweet as ever in your earlier postings..
This is really beautiful!
Beautiful image!! LOVE that quote! I've never heard that before!!
This is beautiful. You are such a photographer.
What a beautiful quote. Everything is beautiful, in it's own way. Great capture.
Carletta: I would like to see the imperfect rose in my garden now. There of course is nothing growing through the snow.
I love this, beauty is not always perfect.
The imperfection serves to remind us of the beauty of the rest. Great choice Carletta.
Very beautiful Carletta! I like that quote!
The flaws make it all that more beautiful and unique.
Somehow I missed this last week so I'm glad it came up in my reader today. Absolute PERFECTION in it's imperfection ... I saw and photographed a similar rose (of a different color) just this morning while walking with Molly. I do enjoy the lovely way you present your photos in frames and your quote is wonderful too ;-)Hugs and blessings,Sacred Ruminations
What I heard is a bit different. The Indians believe that no man is perfect. So they leave an imperfection in the weaving to remind us about human's imperfection -- a reminder to be humble and tolerant. They also believe that as they weave, part of their soul would be trapped in the weaving. So they make a "spirit string" coming out of the surface of the weaving to let their soul out.
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