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Side trip … wild flowers in early August.

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Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora (hime-hiougi-zuisen)

This is Iridaceae.

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Pinellia ternata (Karasu-bishaku or han-ge)

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Pinellia ternata (Karasu-bishaku or han-ge)

There is a medicinal root.

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10 thoughts on “Side trip … wild flowers in early August.

  1. Crocosmia are very beautiful flowers and you shirt it very well. I like to shoot new plants like your two last ones.
    Have a nice week 🙂

    • Thank you for your comment. 🙂
      Crocosmia is the plant of the companion of Iris.
      It is so beautiful. I think so too.
      And I’m interesting in the shape of the Pinellia ternata. This is the flower of the companion of taro.
      I’m looking forward to see your new plants. 😀
      Have a great day!! 🙂

    • Thank you so much.
      I’m happy that you are interesting in these photos.
      The wild flowers, sometimes they are not beautiful, but the natural shape of them are wonderful.
      So I love them.
      Thank you for your comment.
      —Chun

    • Thank you so much. 🙂
      I love the color too.
      This 50mm lens (Pentax M series old lenses) makes soft images.
      It is not so bad, but if I want sharp images, it is not easy.
      Have a nice day!! 😀

      • I read about it, manual focus is difficult. Sometimes I use the newer 50/1.8 (AF). Great lens for its price. Most photos for portraits of family members, not for the blog 😉
        I should use it more often.

      • The “SMC Pentax-DA 50mm F1.8” is good lens. 🙂
        Your lens is bright, It is easy to handle.

        My lens is designed for film cameras for a long time ago.
        If I use as a macro lens, focus is difficult.

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