Morning Glory May Caress the Corn Yet It Loves in Vain
Pretty Morning Glories caress and climb our corn stalks, reaching up and unfurling in the warm morning sunshine. Their beauty may go unnoticed by the uncaring corn plants, but not by my camera's magic beam, which has uncovered the Morning Glory's psychedelic side.
- According to the Victorian Language of Flowers, Morning Glories symbolize "Love in Vain".
- Morning Glory flowers are multi-facetted: they can be considered weeds, used for cooking, and have psychedelic properties.
- More of my Psychedelic Morning Glory photos here (where I mistakenly call them Sweet Peas, but am leaving it that way as it suits my tastes for that recipe.)
Art Photography by Marianne Dow
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