Monday, 25 March 2013

Roses and swirls

 
 
 
 
Both have two 's' in them, and both, construct floral shapes
and at the same time simply decorative lines that can form swirls.
This is an old cutting from a Marks and Spencer Mother's Day advert
in a newspaper years ago.
Originally in colour (the roses were red),
but in greyscale you can pick out the swirling whorling pattern
created by these flowers.