FLOWERS | set 1
1. the blossom of a plant.
- the part of a seed plant comprising the reproductive organs andtheir envelopes if any, especially when such envelopes are more orless conspicuous in form and color.
- an analogous reproductive structure in other plants, as the mosses.
3. a plant, considered with reference to its blossom or cultivated for itsfloral beauty.
4. state of efflorescence or bloom:Peonies were in flower.
5. an ornament representing a flower.
7. an ornament or adornment.
8. the finest or most flourishing period: Poetic drama was in flower in Elizabethan England.
9. the best or finest member or part of a number, body, or whole: the flower of American youth.
10. the finest or choicest product or example.
11. flowers, (used with a singular verb) Chemistry. a substance in theform of a fine powder, especially as obtained by sublimation:flowers of sulfur.
Quote by Sigmund Freud:
“Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts”
words by http://dictionary.reference.com/ | selection by Alessandra Tecla Gerevini | photos by: 1. Erika Brauki; 2. Bernhard Handick; 3. Fox Harvard; 4/5. Lisa Scheynius; 6. Nico Krijno; 7. Terry Richardson; 8. Tamara Lichtenstein; 9. Matin Zad; 10. Natasja Maria Fourie