This view was after sister sprayed the flower with some water, to create the effect. She thought it would look really pretty.
The view of the inside- you can see that the "stamen" of the flower has been cut. When you have lilies, as soon as they bloom, and the stamen is present, you're supposed to cut that off, it keeps them bloomed longer. We have no idea why, its just what we were told to do. These lilies were for sister's birthday a week and a half ago. The pictures were taken last week. They're just dying now. They live MUCH longer with that cut.
another view of the flower.
Here is one view that sister manipulated slightly. We changed the lighting to let you see the flower differently.
Here is another view in sepia. No matter how many different ways you photograph the lily- it still remains beautiful. :)
I hope you enjoyed my view of the lily. :)
Great attempt on the macro..
Those are some great close-up views!
Amazing views! Perfect for the theme, congratulations :D
Amazing close-up views!
Very very beautiful! I never noticed all the different colors in that flower until I saw your close-ups.
Your human is a very talented and creative photographer. We really liked the sepia version but all were incredible! We hope she wins.
My name is Athapaskan Indian (an Eskimo tribe) word meaning "Ice." Marie is a middle name my mom gave me so when she is made she can say "Siku MARIE!!!"
We also wish you and your mom luck on the fundraising; we have so many less fortunate brothers and sisters.
Nice Views of a lily!!
Remember that the pollen of a lily is very dangerous to a cat.
Great photographs! Very O'keefe!!
What beautiful photos! Mom loves Lillies!
Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch
w00f's Isis, bute ti ful picksurs of the lilly...
Those are great pictures!
Kisses and hugs
I like your views, but I didn't see anything I could eat! My mom says I shouldn't be thinking of eating since she just fed me..She thinks your views are gorgeous!
We enjoyed your lily photos very much.
Wow, Isis, those are beautiful pictures! Your family obviously really knows how to appreciate beauty.
Your buddy, Jimmy Joe
Gypsy & Tasha
Isis I have an award for you waiting at my blog!
lovely ~ we think we can smell then all the way over here!
Does sister sell her beautiful artwork? I absolutely love the sepia version of the lily and would be interested in owning a print of it if she does. Please ask her to let me know.
Siku's mom, Susan
Isis, Tell sister that she really has a talent that is marketable. I would be interested in 9x12 size. Also, would be interested in purchasing same size of the version with water drops...if she would not be offended if I framed that one and donated it to the local Junior League charity auction to benefit Project SHARE (my friend is head of acquisitions committee and as an artist I would love to see the work of a fellow emerging talent on display. Of course, she must sign both prints!!! My gmail account is sometimes unreliable so if you contact me at email@example.com we can discuss the business details...and yes, there MUST be business details.
I am so excited.
And yes, I would love to see more sepia tones!
Isis, you are going to be famous!!! Is your Mom going to have her piece shown by Siku's Mom? Wow, what an honor!!!!!
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