Working on a "marketing line" name for my flower images to "brand" them. These images will be done on greeting cards, art prints and marketed heavily to calendar companies, etc. Since I say the goal of my flower photography is to "pick flowers that never die," I narrowed it down to these two (Thanks Bloodcicle in Beanertown for one of them).
You only gave us one choice, so I select "pick flowers that never die", is that what you wanted?
We need something shorter.
Hence the two, two-word names.
See the poll selections.
I mean, imagine if Coke had gone with Cola-Coca instead of Coca-Cola?
I chose Eternal Blooms because it thought it was better grammatically. Pass me the pedant hat.
Or Immortal Blooms? Hmm no on second thoughts your suggestions are probably better.
don't forget to click a choice to record a vote, folks.
Sorry, missed the vote! Eternal Blooms gets my vote!
Wot about "Bloomin' Eternal" - Poms would love that!
What about more ideas than just two?
A reasonable sized POLL, like this one 'click'
Both the teen and I like eternal blooms.
EB for me too...
I figure I'll let this run until Monday or Tuesday.
Thanks everyone who has taken the time to record a suggestion. between the two.
I chose "Blooms Eternal" because I think the inverted word order, permissible in literature for emphasis, is more memorable. It reminds me of
"Hope springs eternal."
Then again, my taste in language usage is a little unusual, O Redwolf.
Eternal Blooms for me ,
just seems more directly related to the reason for use .
Eternal Blooms: Flowers That Never Die
Thanks folks. You guys and another message board I'm on (stoner Rockfest friends) clinched it.
Another piece of my photographic puzzle snaps into the chamber, waiting to be fired.
Good one RW! Glad we could help.