A very unusual iris
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|This specimen of Iris hermona (a rare beautiful Iris of the Oncocyclus type) has an extra, fourth, pistil, giving it, at list at the base of the flower, four-fold symmetry, rather than the three-fold in a normal Iris. I've never seen such an iris before. |
In the WS you can see the same iris from a different angle, looking quite normal...
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- [2010-08-29 12:47]
The details of this interesting Iris species are really striking and very well captured here. Also the colours are amazing. Very well done! It's always interesting to see something 'new'!
TFS and best wishes from Skåne! Ulla
Very nice macro of a Iris .Great details and nice composition.
A nice capture of this beautiful Iris flower. Very beautiful shot with sharp details and a nice composition. Thanks a lot for sharing.