(whole image) Pressed flowers of various sorts, including orchids, irises, cyclamen:
You are very aware of what it’s like to have been the object of a lot of attention as a child. The jury is out as to whether this is a good thing; sometimes you think you may have overly high expectations of yourself. You are not seriously worried about being your own worst enemy, but you can understand Degas when he said, ‘There is a kind of success that is indistinguishable from panic.’
(whole image) Moth, butterfly with sting in tail:
Your affable, sociable exterior may not prepare people for how independent you are, the doggedness with which you revolve in your own, unique orbit. Naturally you’re drawn to the limelight – in many ways, it’s where your talents mean you belong – but you’re dubious about the costs, and, even more than that, you can’t stand anyone telling you what to do. You are profoundly unbiddable; at the first hint of coercion, you disappear.
(whole image) Eyes in darkness, with blinkers on:
You have a great capacity for introspection. You go somewhere inside yourself far out of others’ reach, and think things over exhaustively. This is not always easy for other people. As Spencer Tracy says to Rosalind Russell in His Girl Friday after she divorces him, ‘I wish you hadn’t done that, Hildy.....Divorce me. Makes a fellow lose all faith in himself...Almost gives him a feeling he wasn’t wanted.