The pinky-blue flowers of the Allium Christophii have long since gone, but the large seedheads (each 9-10 inches in diameter) enter a new phase of beauty.
Filed under Art, Garden, grasses, Minimalist, Nature, Pattern, photography
Tagged as allium christophii, decorative seedheads, seedheads
A gorgeous shot!
Many thanks Elena
Love it! Great detail, perfect angle, just the simple subject itself – what more do you need?
Many thanks Lynn. I agree – keep it simple!
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