Todays sunny pic and a question

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  1. Munchie

    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    A wee bit of cloud as you can see but nevertheless sunny. :thumb:

    The flowers are growing wild and we wondered what they are, any idea??? :Cool:
     

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    Fancy going somewhere sunny when you can only recognise flowers that grow in wet, cold places :Doh::roflmto:
     
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    Its a weed.

    With half the petals open and the other half closed, its a sure sign of a storm:thumb:
     
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    Be very careful, I was once witness to motorhomes and tents being washed off of a Spanish hillside. Not a pretty sight and it all happened so quick.:rain:
     
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    Do they have aloes over there - 'cause that is what the flower reminds me of.

    Lovely pics as always! :Cool:
     
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    Depending on height either Common Asphodel (tall 0.6-1.5m) or Hollow stemmed Asphodel (tp 0.75m)

    Both very common in Almeria and other rocky arid areas.
     
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