Stories Behind Flowers

In social relationships, flowers are frequently preferred.  There are flowers in Valentine’s Day.  There are flowers in matrimonial proposals.  There are flowers in weddings.  There are flowers in diplomatic meetings.  There are flowers in churches. There are flowers during courtships. There are flowers in funeral ceremonies.  Flowers are always telling all kinds of stories about human experiences.  Don’t you think so?

Kindly click image to enlarge and appreciate it better.  Thank you.

Photo by ©Omar Upegui R.

6 thoughts on “Stories Behind Flowers”

  1. What a beautiful, clear red. I do miss having a cutting garden. Flowers purchased from a vendor obviously don’t last as long as those brought in from the yard. Still, they’re lovely. I do have to limit my purchases, though, as my dear kitty-cat likes to nibble and munch on them.

  2. My wife and I have made a commitment of having a fresh bouquet of fresh flowers every payday. It’s so nice to have flowers in the house, plus they are excellent subjects to photograph.

    Our soil in the backyard is not good for growing flowers, so we have to buy them at the supermarket at $4.19 per bouquet.



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