Primula Vulgaris This is another picture from the flower garden in Ramoji Film City (from back when they did allow tele lenses)… This one being a Primula Vulgaris. Why the epithet is vulgaris is beyond me though. I tried a lot to find what species these flowers are from, but after a lot of describing it, I remembered Google had a reverse image search. That got me the answer away pretty quickly. It’s a Primrose (the first time I’d heard of a Primrose was in the Hunger Games). I believe this particular flower is from the subspecies sibthorpii, which is found in South-east Asia. This is part of my Ramoji Film City series. EXIF Info Exposure f/5.6 1/1000 sec ISO 800 Focal Length in 35mm 450 Date taken 2017:07:29 12:45:22 Camera NIKON D3200 Spread the love Tweet Post navigation The PioneerEuphorbia 16 Comments Gorgeous colors and clarity captured in this floral bunch! They glow beautifully in the subtle lighting. Reply Thank you, Steven… 🙂 Reply Gosh..these flowers look so pretty! Gorgeous colors and lovely shape and centre !! Reply Indeed, Devi… Apparently, all Primroses are known for being pretty… If only I knew how to identify them before, I’d have captured a lot more of these… 🙂 Reply Beautiful, nature’s patterns Reply And sometimes surprising too, Christine… 🙂 Reply De bien jolies petites fleurs… Reply En effet, Didier… Merci pour votre visite… 🙂 Reply It is not only a beautiful flower, Sudipto, but a beautiful name. Primrose. I love the sound of it! Reply I agree, Ginnie… Primrose certainly has that ring to it… 🙂 Reply Excellente macro JP Reply Merci, JP… 🙂 Reply i am no better in botany but this is a fabulous image, Sudipto Reply Thanks, Ayush… And welcome back… 🙂 Reply Wonderful and delicious red flower Reply Indeed, Marie… 🙂 Thanks for your visit… 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.