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'White Narcissi' by Anne Cotterill, Scottish born, a leading flower artist of her time, 1933-2010.
Daffodils were also known as narcissus after the myth. They often represent unrequited love, fitting for the story.
White Tulips and Blue Hiacynths
obsessedwithfairytales: Garden Fairy : The Narcissus Fairy by Mary Barker More
Narcissus Flower Fairy Print c.1950 Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker
This picture uses the principle of variety, because it uses more than one of the elements. It uses very bright colors (red), and it also uses lines or pathways (road).
....Paperwhites are very fragrant ...the color is crisp...grown close together the shafts add presence...ambiance is joyful. In this hour, I do not believe that any darkness will endure.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King