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Tragopogon pratensis

In the photograph, a Tragopogon pratensis, commonly known as a meadow salsify or Jack-go-to-bed-at-noon, stands gracefully in a meadow. The image, rendered in black and white, captures the intricate details of the plant's structure. The long, slender stem supports a dandelion-like seed head composed of delicate, feathery seeds. The monochrome tones highlight the contrasting textures: the smoothness of the stem, the intricate patterns of the seeds, and the soft, blurred backdrop of the meadow. The overall effect is a striking, minimalist portrayal of nature's elegance, focusing on the singular beauty of the Tragopogon pratensis amidst the simplicity of the grassy field.

Leica M Monochrom/ Noctilux-M 50mm

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