07.21.2015 Post D

I had a very slow start in my blogging with just the occasional post and sometimes went a few weeks or more without one.  Obviously I haven’t had a problem posting lately.  Quite a flurry from me.  I have made it to #500 and we’ll see where it goes from here.

This is a series of Canada Lily ( Lilium canadense ) shots from Sunday morning.

Canada-Lily-1-071915-700Web Canada-Lily-2-071915-700Web Canada-Lily-interior-071915-700WebThese plants can grow to 6 or 8 feet tall, making it much easier to see inside the flowers which are always in a droop it seems.  I am not sure if I will get a chance to shoot a wood lily this year which blooms in an opposite position…facing straight up toward the sun.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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16 Responses to 07.21.2015 Post D

  1. Andrew says:

    Three interesting interpretations Steve. Go for 1,000.

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  2. Jim in IA says:

    Congrats on 500. I like lilies. This one has a nice downward facing hang to it. Well done. Looking forward to your future posts at whatever pace you wish.

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  3. I like photo number one the best. The dark, background suits the orange perfect.

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  4. Hillechien Prins says:

    Beautiful

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  5. shoreacres says:

    It’s a beautiful lily, and that’s an interesting note about the wood lily facing upward.

    A question — is anyone else finding the USDA plant distribution map suddenly non-fuctional? It’s been working fine for me, but the last two days I only get the slider on the side, and the tabs on top. I poked around a little and found a comment from the USDA that the maps don’t work on Forestry Service computers, but no indiction why. They said they were going to try and address the issue, so perhaps they’re involved in some tweaking. I just need to know if the problem lies with me or with them. 🙂

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  6. shoreacres says:

    “It’s 3:40 in the morning — do you know where your plants distribution map is? ”
    “Why yes, yes, I do — it’s back and functioning just as it should. Now I can go back to sleep happy.”

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    • And I thought I was the only one lying awake thinking about these things. 🙂

      Still haven’t figured out my gravatar issue. It says that I am signed in and shows my chosen image as active, but I still get that green thing.

      Happy dreams.

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  7. Great texture, especially in the last picture.

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    • With most flowers, I think, we will see more texture with the increase in size within the image. Sometimes too much maybe. I will be posting another flower shortly that is just covered with texture.

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  8. Michael Shaw says:

    Congrats on 500! Really enjoy checking in with your posts. I now live in Florida but lived in Lee, Beverly and Somerville, MA.

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