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What a strange name for a flower ! Sounds like coming from the ages, prehistoric spelling. A nice flower anyway. Appears in many different colors. This flower is a perfect plant for people who don’t have much time to maintain it as the need of water is only every two or three weeks under a continental climate.

View more photographs on DigitalShooting.net or click on the picture below to see it in larger format.DipladeniaCamera : Olympus E-420
Lens : Zuiko Digital ED 50 mm (35 mm = 100 mm)
Focal Lenght : 50 mm (35 mm = 100 mm)
Exposure Time : 1/1600s
F-Number : 5.6
ISO : 100
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