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Flowers of Ecuador

Flowers of Ecuador
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Copyright: Georg Isbary (oki) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 79 W: 10 N: 114] (587)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2003
Categories: Flowers
Camera: Nikon F90x, Nikkor 24-120mm / F 3,5-5,6 D AF, Agfa Vista 200
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-02-26 3:53
Viewed: 5571
Points: 10
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Another colorful and great flower of Ecuador's jungle. Even with a rainy and cloudy sky - the colors of many flowers are just amazing...
I don not know the name of it (what a shame), to write more information about it!
Hope you like it anyway...

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To ramthakur: Hi Ramoki 1 02-26 13:47
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Hi Oki,
Great photo, you have done it very very well my friend. Bravo. Sorry for ID, I don't know it.

Hello Georg,
This is really very nice flower and you have captured it very well. It seems a kind of Lilium from Liliaceae. Liliaceae is a big family and has lots of specieses. It is too difficult to define without seing whole plant. These plants are very decorative.
Thanks for sharing this beauty.

Couleurs exceptionnelles. Bravo.
Bonne journée.

Hello Oki,
First of all, it is a pleasure to know you through your profile.
I see you are an experienced globe trotter of a different kind -- a mountaineer, if I can surmise a guess. A passion with me too in my younger days. Sadly, I'm getting old now, so whereas the spirit is willing, the flesh is not :-).
This is a beautiful flower study from Eucador. The compostion is excellent and the colours vibrant. I like your bold framing too.
Your pictures fascinate me and I intend to keep in touch.
Best regards.

Bonjour Georg,
C'est fabuleux d'imaginer ces fleurs sublimes dans un contexte naturel. En Europe, nous devons nous contenter de les voir pousser en pot...
Je pense qu'il s'agit d'une espèce d'Hippeastrum ( appelée à tort "amaryllis").

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