A single daisy flower melts into a textured background awash with faded colours and fine detail. The antique treatment blends well with the daisy head and petals.
It's thought that the name 'daisy' came from 'day's eye' because the whole head closes at night and opens in the morning. The English poet Geoffrey Chaucer called it 'eye of the day'.
This digitally processed photographic image can be purchased in a range of sizes to suit your room in either acrylic mount, boxed canvas art or poster print.
Photography by Jason Wickens.