Freesia

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Olympusman
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Post by Olympusman »

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Post by BugEZ »

I love these images, especially the first. Great composition. I especially like the black background. It really makes the yellow blossoms stand out!

Thanks for sharing.

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Post by grgh »

Lovely image, and yes ditto to the black background.

come on! and lets see you go into that pollen on the stamen.
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Post by Lou Jost »

Beautiful flower. But it is an Alstroemeria, not a Freesia.

Olympusman
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Post by Olympusman »

Thanks all. Pollen coming up.

Mike
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Post by Sumguy01 »

:smt038 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Post by Olympusman »

Lou is correct. The flower is an Alstroemeria, most likely a "Dutch" hybrid grown for the cut flower trade.
Thanks, Lou.

Mike
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