Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Day Lily all Dressed Up

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Since there is not much going on in the garden I'm still having fun with PSP.

12 comments:

sweet bay said...

That's really beautiful.

The Garden Ms. S said...

It looks like it is reaching to the sun to say hello! Very pretty :)

Sheryl at Providence Acres Farm said...

Very pretty daylily! Are they blooming in your garden already?

Connie Peterson said...

Those are lovely pictures that you have. So, what exactly are you doing in PSP to make them better?

Love the face of the gorilla. Fantastic shot!

Your spring is coming before ours ... we don't have robins or mourning doves ... just sparrows and "snow birds" - juncos.

Kathy said...

Beautiful! I'm particularly fond of pink. Amazingly enough, daylilies do quite well here in Phoenix. June is the best month for their blooms.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Thanks for all the nice comments, I didn't use to like pink so much but I do now, maybe it is an "old lady thing" ...lol...

I didn't know dayliles did well in the desert but I'm not surprised, they are hardy.

They are not blooming in my garden right now, in fact they are not even out of the ground but I hope to see their little noses soon.

We still have Juncos-snow birds here so that means we will have snow again, and snow is in the forecast for Friday :(.

In PSP I am using a sharpening and clean-up filters, in the one that has the color removed from the background I used a Tinti filter.

The Japanese Redneck said...

That's a beautiful color.

Ciss B said...

Lovely lily! (I have crocuses up ere in Michigan!!)

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

What a gorgeous Lily. I am partial to pink--it just makes me happy. Whatever you are doing with PSP sounds interesting. I could sure use some help with cropping and sharpening my photos.

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful garden..
Beautiful flowers
and beautifully photographed..
Have a nice day.. Costas

cindy said...

Refreshing!

cconz said...

What a beautiful photograph. I just stumbled on to your beautiful blog. I'll be checking back.