Flowers from my archive’s and camera roll.
Daffodils flowers symbolize new beginnings, rebirth and the arrival of spring. The ancient Greeks associated the flower with self-love, while in Victorian England, daffodils were given as gifts to express admiration and respect. In literature, the daffodil is often used as a symbol of unrequited love and hope.
“Picasso said that no one has to explain a daffodil. Good design is understandable to virtually everybody. You never have to ask why.”—Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Photographs were taken at the Botanical Garden in Helsinki
Posted for Brens Floral Friday – and Posted for Cee’s Flower of the Day