Sardinia landscapes (part. 7 - The dancing flowers)


The dancing flower is the name I gave to this wonderful white botanical jewel, but I think its scientific name is Pancratium maritimum, also known as "Giglio di mare" (sea lily).

This picture explains the reason for the name I use: it looks like a dancer.

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Another one seen from above...

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and dancing in a group...

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... final rest after dancing.

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All the pictures were taken by me with a 5 Mpx camera.

 

 

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