Red Hot Pokers by Hamidreza Zarini
Kniphofia uvaria is a species of flowering plant in the family Asphodelaceae, also known as tritomea, torch lily, or red hot poker, due to the shape and color of its inflorescence. The leaves are reminiscent of a lily, and the flowerhead can reach up to 1.52 m (5.0 ft) in height. There are many varieties of torch lily, and they bloom at different times during the growing season. The flowers are red, orange, and yellow.
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March 26, 2020
Born in Iran, Hamidreza Zarini is a wedding photographer. He is not a photography graduate. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Even though sometimes he does nature photography, he loves to do experiment with all other of photographic style. He has been working with the wedding photography since 2010. His favorite brand of Camera gear is the Canon and Sony. He tries to convey what he sees to the viewers thought his photography.