Lily

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This thing is a pain to photograph. The flowers always face west or southwest so my background choices are the garden shed siding or the dirt road going up the hill. For this image, I played around with some of the B&W “nostalgia” profiles and found a high-contrast one that blacked out the siding.

Here’s the original color image:

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I would like to move this plant, but I haven’t been able to identify it so I don’t know where it would do well or what time of year is best for transplanting. If anyone can ID it for me, I’d really appreciate it! It grows in a large clump with long (1 1/2 foot) skinny and pointy leaves growing from the base. In late spring, it sends up a single stalk with several buds.

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8 responses to “Lily

  1. Love ’em. Especially the B&W

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    • Ann

      Thank you! It was the easiest way to get rid of the garden shed siding. And the flowers were already white, so no loss there…

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  2. Like the B & W version đŸ™‚

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  3. loved the contrast of the monochrome but the colour and DOF is beautiful too!!

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  4. I love both photos.

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