|Copyright: Biswarup Satpati (Biswarup)
|Date Taken: 2004-12|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-04-19 4:12|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This photograph from a very small flower was taken at Institute of Physics campus, Bhubaneswar when one day I was walking through itīs boundary line. Suddenly it came into my sight. I go back and bring my camera and took some photos. Like this I got several other flowers from the same place which are also very nice and and very few people look into them. I like to share all those photos with my friends.|
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Seems to be a Passion Flower.
Good colors and details.
- [2006-04-19 8:29]
great shot of the passion flower. This one has lovely details and wonderful colors. Well captured, good POV and nice sharpness.
- [2006-04-19 13:26]
Good photo of this great flower, that plays with number 3 and 5 to produce a bilateral symmetry to tell us how much Nature hide.
PS.(In Spain this is a cultivated flower and photos of this are highly discouraged in this site, accordingly of rule 4 of "term". You can post this to Treklens freely)
It seems like Passiflora species. But it is difficult to guess before never seen whole plant.
This is security a Passion Flower. This is a tasty fruit