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|The Mt. Carmel Allium is a late-blooming showy species. It can grow higher than 1 meter, and the inflorescence globe can reach a diameter of 10 cm. Interestingly, on Mt. Carmel it blooms mostly in white, while in other areas it blooms in violet. Note the buds, open flowers and young fruit, all on the same inflorescence.|
The WS shows another specimen, fuller and more uniform.
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What a rich colour! Excellent photo. regards yiannis
This is such a beautiful flower shot that I have never seen before, Ishi. You have worked really well with this macro glass in keeping the focus tact sharp and beautiful smooth silenced background. Well done and thanks for sharing.
- [2011-07-05 8:22]
Hi Ishi,a top class pic! Not easy a total sharpness and details like that whit this kind of flowers,you work very very well and the result is fantastic and well satureted as i like.Thanks for share,have a nice evening,Luciano.
Another interesting species Ishi !! The colour of this Allium is really fantastic.
Great capture with superb details and very nice colors.
Thanks for sharing this excellent image.
Very nice capture of this beautiful Allium species. My congrats!