|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Asphodelus ramosus [Liliacaea] is one of our most abundant flowers in winter in many different habitats, including those affected by man and grazing. The stalks stand tall to up to 80 cm; the symmetrical flowers are about 4 cm in diameter. Other Asphodelus species are also found in Israel. All the smaller and less abundant.|
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- [2008-02-11 15:07]
Hi Ishi,beautifull portrait of this nice flower,great shaprness and colours,thanks for share,Luciano
Lovely photo! The flowers are very beautiful and the detail and clarity are lovely. The white petals and the orange stamen complement each other, and the brown and green tones throughout the photo are also nice.
Thanks for sharing,
An smiley for this too. Somehow, I missed it earlier.