A legend says that this flower was thereby named after a knight, who was walking with his lover along a river, fall into the water when he tried to pick one. While he was drowning, he throw the flower to the woman and said “forget me not”.
A lot of other stories connect it with the loss of a loved one, thus it is usually linked to memory and remembrance.
Tools and exifs:
- Canon EOS 450D + Canon 55-250mm IS
- 1/320 s.
- ISO 200