No image in this series can ever be duplicated.
The roses, like the love that inspired them, have perished. In this series, Falcon explores love, loss, sadness and grief. Against the backdrop of Bette Midler’s “The Rose” and Enda St. Vincent Millay’s Sonnet 23, these images speak to the intensity of love lost and death.
This series began quite by accident in 2010 and continues into the present day. For the discerning collector of fine art, this series is unparalleled.
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“I realized yesterday I never thanked you for the fantastic images you sent. I have been looking at them throughout my marathon online grading ritual. I shared them with Christine and she too was deeply touched. It’s really an eloquent visual essay. Sad but healing at the same time. I hope your heart is on the mend. I wish you love and happiness amidst the plague.”
– Professor Michael Grady, Appalachian State University