Reversed Cheer

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SS 1/160, F16, ISO 200

“Anything that excites me for any reason, I will photograph; not searching for unusual subject matter, but making the commonplace unusual.” – Edward Weston

For those who may not have visiting my blog before, or those who have, but might have forgotten, the Gerber Daisy represents cheer in the Victorian Language of Flowers – thus the title.

20 thoughts on “Reversed Cheer

  1. In my writing workshops, Robyn, my favorite exercise is to have participants create unusual, play-on-words or simply perfect titles for short stories, articles and poems.
    You created the perfect title for this photograph! And the quote under the picture is excellent, too!
    You are the artist who combines the creative processes of ALL the mediums, and reminds us of the talents and visions that writers, musicians, and all artists have in common!

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