Suzi, un incanto. Sile
Another Golden Star ~ these twin propellers have got me in a spin :)
Simply G R E A T , Suzi, really well done job, rgds from freezy Prague, Zbynda
Many thanks, Sile - for your enchanting comment and welcome visit! Be well, dear friend :O)
Thank you so much, Cristiano - the sight of these iris added even more pleasure to a lovely trail walk through Sunset Beach/Shore Acres State Park! Best wishes :O)
Thank you for the lovely gift of a star, dear Nick - enjoy your spin, but don't lose your marbles :O)
Hi, Zbynda, and thanks! We had -5C temps for several nights (unusually cold for here), but the rain has warmed it back up to more normal again. Keep warm and happy holidays :O)
Oh Suz - this is a beautiful capture!! I am wondering if this is one of the Moraea family of wild irises? We have several Moraea species growing in the mountains around here, and they look very similar - and they are all so beautiful. I have a couple of photo's in my gallery under SA Wildflowers tag.
Thank you for sharing this beauty with us.
Warmest wishes to you, keep well, keep warm!
I don't think it is a Moraea Dietes type, dear Hazey, we call that lovely specimen African Iris, which I used to grow in California. This is closer to a miniature flag, Iris Versicolor?, which is often blue, and grows native along most of the US/Canada West Coast :O)
This is the best photo of our wild iris that I have ever seen! Very high quality... professional level.
Wow, thanks so much, Randall - Iris (and Tulips) are my favorite flowers, and I was so happy to see these beauties so unexpectedly :O)
Very beautiful flowers irises. Wonderful photo. Good luck, helianta.
The wild varieties are especially fine, helianta - thanks for your comment and visit :O)
Impressive Macro shot, friend. Cordial greetings,from Serbija -Belgrade,Mijodrag
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