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A Type of Lily, I presume.
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Posted By: Tonytee, 06-24-2022, 12:24 PM

Manual Exposure Mode with CWA Metering.

Actual Shutter Speed is: 1/100s.

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Wow, that is some kind of bloom. Doesn't look like any of the lilies that I have seen. Just looked it up, it is a Peruvian Lily. Quite a colorful and striking flower. Nice capture and processing. Looks a bit 3D against that smooth green background.
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This lily really pops! I love the colors against the green background. Good work.
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Mike has it, Peruvian lily, Alstroemeria, they grow well in some areas, ubiquitous in the cut flower trade, many interesting colors and patterns

Beautiful image, Tony!

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QuoteOriginally posted by OrchidJulie Quote
Mike has it, Peruvian lily, Alstroemeria, they grow well in some areas, ubiquitous in the cut flower trade, many interesting colors and patterns

Beautiful image, Tony!
I looked it up because I wasn't sure that it was a lily.
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QuoteOriginally posted by MikeNArk Quote
I looked it up because I wasn't sure that it was a lily.
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Yeah, it is a lily. Good to confirm, though, as there are a lot of flowering plants with "lily" in the common name that aren't, in fact, lilies. Same for palms, many so-called "palms" aren't palms at all.
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QuoteOriginally posted by MikeNArk Quote
Wow, that is some kind of bloom. Doesn't look like any of the lilies that I have seen. Just looked it up, it is a Peruvian Lily. Quite a colorful and striking flower. Nice capture and processing. Looks a bit 3D against that smooth green background.
Thanks very much. I truly appreciate your taking the time and making the effort to do the research.

Tony

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QuoteOriginally posted by ToddK Quote
This lily really pops! I love the colors against the green background. Good work.

Greatly appreciated there, Mr. ToddK.

Tony

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QuoteOriginally posted by OrchidJulie Quote
Mike has it, Peruvian lily, Alstroemeria, they grow well in some areas, ubiquitous in the cut flower trade, many interesting colors and patterns

Beautiful image, Tony!

As always, I thank you very kindly there, young lady. Certainly enjoy your input a great deal and truly appreciate how well grounded you are in this field.

Cheers,

Tony

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