A black and white photograph of 3 large daisy flowers grouped in front of a dark background, printed by hand on a warmtone fibre based paper.
One of our black and white photographs of 3 daisies, printed by hand on a warmtone fibre based paper.

Print Details:

  • Print style: black and white silver gelatin
  • Paper type: warmtone fibre base
  • Paper finish: gloss
  • Print image size: 7″x 7″ (17.8cm x 17.8cm)
  • Mount window size: 7.5″ x 7.5″ (19cm x 19cm)
  • Overall mount size: 12″ x 10″ (30.5cm x 25.4cm)

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This print is one of a small collection of images we made with three daisy flowers. So far, we have two samples that can be seen. The other print can be seen here.

We know they aren’t exotic by any means, common or garden flowers would be an apt term! However, this takes nothing away from the pleasure we get from seeing all their bright happy faces poking out of the undergrowth. A little group of these, even in a print, do help to brighten up a dull day!

Are the top two flowers, the elder flowers? Are they looking down at the young upstart? Or is the one at the bottom asking a question to the other two? On a bad day, it does look like the top two are intimidating the lower flower, or even interrogating him. We try not to look at the print on a bad day. We like them as bright, happy faces to cheer us up!