The fields are alive with flowers. A daisy.
Is this purple vetch? I don't have my flower ID books with me.
Sort of like bluets only white.
Something pinky- purple.
Time to start picking and pressing. This is a Smith and Hawkins flower press I found in a thrift store. It has wooden boards on the ends and blotter paper and cardboard inside.
Some pansies on the blotter paper.
And the vetch. You put another sheet of paper on top of the flower and then the end boards and then you pull the straps as tight as you can. The water gets pressed out, the flower flattened. You don't need a fancy press to do this though. For years I pressed flowers between paper towels and then put the paper towels either in a phone book or between some heavy books. I like the phone book method best, especially if you have a fat, big city phone book.