"This'll puzzle the nasty little underground creature," Bilbo thought:
An eye in a blue face
Saw an eye in a green face,
'That eye is like to this eye'
Said the first eye,
'But in a low place,
Not in a high place.'
'Ss, ss, ss,' said Gollum. He had been underground a long, long time, and was forgetting this sort of thing. But just as Bilbo was beginning to hope that the wretch would not be able to answer, Gollum brought up memories of ages and ages and ages before, when he lived with this grandmother in a hole in a bank by a river, 'Sss, sss, my preciouss,' he said. 'Sun on the daisies it means, it does.'
I have been rereading The Hobbit, and this particular riddle in that passage where Bilbo Baggins and Gollum have a riddle contest reminded me of this photo.
One of my Kodachrome 35mm slide scans from the early 1980s.
At least I think these are daisies. What I know about flower names and plant names wouldn't fill a thimble.
At any rate, I thought of this photo.