Pansy

By entering into contact with the nature of the flower, its inner truth. Then one knows what it represents.

Pansies have long been flowers of remembrance. Indeed, they have often been placed upon memorial markers and stones to honor and remember those who are no longer on the physical plane. They are also a symbol of togetherness and union, and perhaps this is why they are so appropriate for remembering those who have passed from our lives. Their beauty is the perfect testimony to the love we have shared with others in the past. Keep pansies around you when you wish to remember the fond memories and kindnesses of loved ones who have passed from this earth.”

– The Mother

Flower: Pansy
Location: Kashmir, India

Focal Length: 30mm
Exposure: 1/1.4 sec, F11, ISO 100
Lighting: Natural

Camera: Sony A99
Lens: Sony DT 30mm F/2.8 macro
Accessories: Manfrotto 454 Micro positioning plate, Wimberly Plamp Articulating Arm & Clamp, Allman Tripod & Sony RM-L1A1 Remote Commander

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