$175.00 – $215.00
The orange ditch lily (Hemerocallis fulva) produces bold, orange blooms atop a slender stem. Although there are several buds atop each stem, each opens for only one day. As the petals shrivel and fall from the plant, a new bloom opens to take it’s place. Foliage is grass-like and separate from the flower stem. Orange ditch lilies do not have spots. Ditch lilies have tuberous roots.
The image is tack sharp where it’s supposed to be, and details the structure and beauty of the flower from a close-up perspective which more often than not goes unnoticed.
This image is definitely for those who love nature and flowering plants and would make a beautiful addition to any home or office.
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|Dimensions||24 × 00.1 × 36 in|
Original photograph from digital (RAW) real life scene negative. Unaltered
July 2021 – Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska
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|Why Fujiflex Crystal Archive?||
Fujiflex Crystal Archive printing involves a specialized printing process that uses Silver Halides which are embed in the paper rather than creating the print by spraying ink on top of the paper as in the InkJet printing process. Fujiflex Crystal Archive prints are true photographs and are suitable for gallery display.