In a few weeks it will bloom again, it is a white-white flower with a yellow pouch.Oh you've got to post a photo of the alba!
I did look at these two photos very closely. It is quite obvious that the two photos are of the same flower. But I think they are two different photos, the camera position for the yellow flower is slightly -- a few millimeters -- to the left of the camera position for the white flower. That gives a space between the pouch and the left petal, and slightly narrower space on the right of the back sepal (I forgot it's name...). And the position of the dorsal sepal is slightly different. Photoshop can't really change the camera angle, but the color -- that is a different story!The all yellow flowered picture is obviously a fake. I happened to have got a "division" of that all yellow clone, that turned out to be a normal emersonii with poor shape. Clearly it was a scam I learned that some more plants have been sold with the same picture as divisions, and no one has seen that yellow clone in real in bloom, and that makes too many divisions at once for the same plant.
Look at that scam. The picture available for the sale was that one :
And the seller was absolutely and clearly sure that the flower was deep yellow, sold it to a friend at premium price, and I bought it back immediately when it arrived.
Then, after it turned out to be untrue, the picture has been photoshopped again, and here is the result:
How are you growing your plants, as in type of mix? light? winter low temps? BTW did you get my PM?