Photographer's Note

Early in Israel's autumn, the first sign is the blossom of the Squills, for short period only as for a month.
As far as I know, this is the only location in my hometown, amid it's urban environment, that this rare occurance is happening - mostly you might see it on rural country.
In most cases it rises to about 120cm, but I heared about 2m+ "champs" as well.
Normally, this plant is can't be grow by cultivation, in a garden or in a pot, because it has a bulb-corm deep beneath surface.
By the way, the second autumnal sign is the arrival of the Motacilla-Alba, the Nachlieli, which I did not see yet this year.
Scientific latin name:Drimia.

RAW converted into JPEG, in the WS is a close-up macro on the Squill.

Exact location off Weizman st.: 32.0697, 34.8088

A Wikipedia page about Squills in Israel

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10502 W: 619 N: 19406] (85668)
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