Nasturtiums – literally means nose-twister – but the bloom itself signifies victory through battle and conquest.
It’s not often you get to admire the intricate feathered detail on the female duck – as usual it’s the showy male of the species that tends to get all the attention.
The locomotive version of the old British Rail lion and wheel totem. The lion rises from a heraldic crown of gold on which are arranged the rose (for England), the thistle (for Scotland), the leek (for Wales) and the oak leaf (for all Great Britain)”. It’s all in the detail…
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