ID: Forest Spider Lily(Pancratium parvum)(Do correct me in case of wrong ID)
One of the rarities, few kms from city, these 'ghosts' are visible only in the first week of monsoon, while having a life span of less than 4days, these can be enjoyed for very few days. Though considering the location of the blooming spot, mostly goes unnoticed from the urban sight, traversing through their proximity. I, myself have been approaching them for years, to frame them with the urban noise, eventually after long long wait, managed to get them framed(again).
In other seasons, the whole foliage is cover with dried leaves or other vegetation, only to be seen during the week long period, this is something that puts them in danger, one decision for 'urban development' will essentially destroy off their habitat and eventually killing off the phenomenon that have been repeating since centuries or millennia.
Though the same growth can be seen in few other locations too, pretty deep in the dense forests, within the zone of WLS, but the peculiarity of their presence so close to the human development makes them very unique and something that needs to be cherished and well preserved by the sensible ones
Minitripod mounted, External flash fired