Wild Flowers - Colorful Photos - Original Photos - Italy

in photography •  2 years ago

Winter is coming and most of the time we think there is nothing to see, especially about flowers. We talk about flowers when spring comes. It is true that there are many more flowers in a spring season, but it is also true that there are rare flowers that grow in the fall and winter. I found these, which are very similar to the artichoke, but there were ovular forms, very different from the traditional artichokes. I showed some friends who knew some of the flowers in the area, but no one knew them. Anyway, they were different flowers, wild, dry, with many thorns, they seemed isolated from the woods, but they really were part of the whole. I believe they were at the end of their lives, with their unusual beauty, waiting for someone to appreciate these last moments.

Device: Nikon D3200
Lens: 18-55mm

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Thank you for posting @lordemau. Quite fascinating.....look prickely....the fuzz/fiber softens them adding an interesting contrast...the colours are really something to be studied. Do you think these would last as dried specimens....can you not see them placed just here and there as points of interest?
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All the best. Happy Christ-mas.


Thanks so much for your observations and compliments @bleujay. I don't know if they are dried specimens. I searched for any information on the internet, but I didn't find it. I'd rather just take pictures, and leave them in the nature, because if other persons will visit the place they might also find them there or not. (;

Thanks for the nice pictures!

@kus-knee (The Old Dog)