Unfortunately in India, most people are not in a position to enjoy the beauty of these wild flowers, rather they use them to fulfill their basic needs.
this plant is called 芦苇in Chinese, it is romantic in a large scale. the white flower is very soft. beautiful photo.
The photograph should add pertinent information about the species of plant. I would like to know more about this plant.
When I saw this picture in a small format I thought it was a painting, but when I blew it up in my monitor I realized it was an actual picture. very nice shot, I have never seen such tall flowers, but at first I thought it was grass. It looks so elegant,so simple, so angelic and delicate at the same time. How lucky you are to have the opportunity to be surrounded by such beauty. Congratulations.
Are the flowers in this picture wild or were they grown specifically for the purpose of fuel? India is a beautiful place and I hope it manages to retain some of that beauty as the country further industrialises in the future. Then again, they could always just plant these everywhere to make up for all the factories!
The view is wonderful ! It is not easy to capture a rural landscape like this.
The lighting is great !
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@Joel Bhatt these are typical seen in tropical wetland areas at the advent of Autmun and it is worth mentioning that these flowers are wild in nature but are used for different purposes. These people contribute nothing for its growth but take away for making domestic use such as fuel.
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