Hallo Amelia, wonderful picture with very very relaxing colours!
Thank you Wolgang - at least this photo is not so controversial as the other Erythronium, and I'm so pleased you like it :)))
Wow. Another stunner and another Y*.
Dear Jen - you are far too generous - but thank you all the same for the Y*. Often the "backsides" of flowers are also very beautiful, and I'm so pleased you like this one :)
O what a beauty and lovely colors...just amazing, it`s seems so innocent...greetings from Macedonia
It looks rather shy nodding its head like this Ahmet - this flower loves a damp shady position and grows well in my garden in the UK. I'm so pleased that you like the photo.
Dear Amalia, your flowers (moreover, I think they are yours, isnt'it?) are so beautiful! I like also very much Tonia's and KashaKasha flowers. Olga
Dear Olga yes they are in my UK garden - but they are nature's as well, more than mine I often feel :))
Lovely inviting light, interesting shapes and great sharpness = great macro! Kasia
Well, Wow! Thank you, Amelia! I'm so honored! This is a beautiful flower and a stunningly beautiful photo! Well done! So this is the cousin to the American Erythronium! Very beautiful!
I was out just this morning between rain clouds and saw some of the trout lily in bloom in my woods. They close up during rain. I might post a photo that I took this morning. Oh, I just realized that I am still signed in as jean~ge, my black and white gallery and if I upload that photo, it will be in the first gallery. Maybe I will pause my comments now and go do that upload... for you!
Hello Kat, they are very photogenic these trout lilies, and large enough to make the macro easy :))
Thank so much for your encouraging words - I really appreciate your views :))
Hello Jean, you do realise that I am totally confused now [not difficult I know] - am I to understand you have 3 galleries working? I'll never get my head round all that - It's bad enough with the first 2. Never mind - I'll sort it all out - eventually :)))))
I'm so pleased you liked this one, it really was to show you that the erythroniums can grow in the UK - but not in the wild - or at least I've never seen one. Maybe someone on Pano will prove me wrong :)
Hi Amelia, if you get confused, you can look at my profile where I have listed the three addresses for the three different galleries. I have noticed that not many people use the profile area. The original gallery sort of turned into a type of diary, a photo a day or every few days. The second gallery is for a lot of photos at once, trying for a look around or showing a little area around here. Recently I drove a little distance on a popular road here called The Blue Ridge Parkway. There are many overlooks and I stopped at each one and took a lot of photos at each one hoping for a look around, or rather several. It is a road with many lovely mountain views. The speed limit is very slow and it was a relaxing drive. The third gallery is for some artsy stuff, I started out with some black and white and today I added 4 photos in Sepia and don't know where it will go next. :-)
To make it simple, here is a flower for you!.
Your Erythronium is just gorgeous! I really do love it. It is the sort of image that will stick in my brain for a long while and I can think on it and enjoy it as I am busy during the days. You know how I love flowers!
Thank you again!
I loved your trout lily Jean, and your present is now in my gallery of favourites :)))
Very nice macro!!! Beautiful flower. invite for voting
Good morning Arturo, and thank you for your visit and kind words. I will visit your gallery soon :)
quk from Chongqing,China.
quk (-̮̮̃-̃), I am so sorry, but I can't translate what you mean. I hope you like this little "pagoda" :))
Amelia, I'm back again to catch this flower again in another gallery for my favorites. You will probably be able to see a lot of your photos in my faves if you wait a few minutes! You have so many lovely ones and I must get them for my collection!
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