50 Pictures of Girls and Flowers

I’m a deep believer in flowers. Maybe I’m a flower enthusiast. I have put flowers on bedside tables, in plastic cups, in vases, in between book pages, on headboards, on walls, in backpack pockets, and in my suitcases. But the best place to put a flower is near a beautiful girl — and vice versa.

It’s really magical seeing a girl by flowers. You should do it 50 times.

I’d also like to give credit for the people who made my extensive and perhaps overenthusiastic search for “woman + field of daisies” fruitful: Gray 37, shes_jackAmandine PaulandrégameroNatasha KuneschJessica Dorseyk weavwireheadzeldaloveTriscele Photographyjono winneljOul des yeuxEmily TebbettsbasistkaRoads Less Traveled Photographyhanslinda, Art of CHD:WCK!Vanina Vila {Photography}jordan and rachelRebecca Nicole MontanaEvelina, Athena Stone, Jordan Blanchard, Blackmage9, Dial35 and Kiss Me Quick

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Carmen

Carmen spent six years at Autostraddle, ultimately serving as Straddleverse Director, Feminism Editor and Social Media Co-Director. She is now the Consulting Digital Editor at Ms. and writes regularly for DAME, the Women’s Media Center, the National Women’s History Museum and other prominent feminist platforms; her work has also been published in print and online by outlets like BuzzFeed, Bitch, Bust, CityLab, ElixHER, Feministing, Feminist Formations, GirlBoss, GrokNation, MEL, Mic and SIGNS, and she is a co-founder of Argot Magazine. You can find Carmen on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr or in the drive-thru line at the nearest In-N-Out.

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21 Comments

  1. “Tell me what the lily means.”
    “Oh you don’t want to know about the lily. Ask me about the azalea.”
    “Alright, what does the azalea mean?”
    “The azalea means, ‘May you achieve financial security.'”
    “Lovely. Now tell me about the lily!”
    “The lily means… The lily means, I’m going to win a toaster oven by the end of this movie.”

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  3. At first I was like “this is the most amazing thing everrrr”
    And then I was like “oh…there is only like one photo here that is not of a not super thin body type.” And then I was sad.

    Still pretty though :)

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