May Flowers: Sun Thirst

We celebrate Day Six of our flowery event with festive Sunflowers by artist Vaida Petreikienė who comes to us from Lithuania.

May Flowers: Sun Thirst

“Bring me then the plant that points to those bright Lucidites
swirling up from the earth,
And life itself exhaling that central breath!
Bring me the sunflower crazed with the love of light”

~ Eugenio Montale


All the images are from antique postcards from Argentina sent to and from family members on my mothers side ©RoxanaVilla.

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  1. Mimosa:In italian mimosa, in spanish mimosa.Tranlates into english as sensitiveIn Argentina, feminine mimosa, masculine mimoso, meaning a personwishing to be cuddle.\”Mimosa Pudica\” acacia from America reacts to touch as a defense against predators.Luis

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