On a wild flower

dahlia arrangement

sarah rhynen

{photos. sarah ryhanen}

“To see a world in a grain of sand; and a heaven on a wild flower…” – William Blake

It often goes back to the moodiness and the melancholic cadences and shadowy figures. What does it say to someone who cannot help but be drawn to dimly lit places, in the real world and in the mind. Nothing except one’s own continual musings of life and its idiosyncrasies.

Sometimes, it all boils down to a bunch of flowers. I have admired Sarah‘s photographs for a long while now with its atmospheric and solitary air. Her style of flower arrangement overwhelms me, just as if those vases in its naturalness and untamed nature peered into my soul (ok, that totally reminds me of Blair and a written vow). I’d book her on my wedding if I but could.

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