|Copyright: Yukiko Aramaki (Violetteddy)
|Date Taken: 2003-05|
|Camera: Pentax MZ-3|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-04-28 7:04|
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|This is "the mallow-leaved bindweed" (Convolvulus althaeoides).|
They often be found on waste and along railways.
Typical flower you can see in the region of southern Spain.
According to a botanist, this plant can grow pretty well in mild climate as well, though produce very few flowers. They obviously love heat.
I took this photo in May, 2003 around Fuengirola, Costa del sol.
Their blight pink flowers and gray silvery leaves looked so pretty against dry reddish soil.
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Beautiful composition, even if the flour is too centered IMO.
Great noisy BG and very good details.