Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Daylilies


We have some pretty large yellow daylilies in our front landscaping.
I've been working to divide them and then transplant in our backyard...something I should have done back in April when it was still cool and the plants were still small!

B&W-Daylily-8x10

But before I dove in with my spade, I thought I should snap a few shots first...you know, just in case.

B&W-Daylily-4---8x10

I was accidentally shooting in vivid color mode and my flowers all turned out with an eye-popping and very un-natural yellow.

B&W-Daylily-3---8x10

Thus the edit to black and white...with a slight yellow tint.



the long road

16 comments:

  1. Interesting in black and white.

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  2. There's something so romantic abotu these shots in black and white. And thanks again for sponsoring this week's giveaway!

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  3. I like the black & white - very classy. Like Ashley said, romantic.

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  4. Wow, I LOVE those in white!! I know just what you mean about vivid and flowers. I shall keep the b/w trick in my back pocket!!

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  5. These are beautiful captures!

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  6. Beautiful display of daylilies! Love your choice of b&w.

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  7. Gorgeous! I love flowers in black and white... it makes us pay attention to the details more!

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  8. The b/w turned out lovely! Thanks for sharing these!
    Hugs!
    Susan

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  9. I love your photos, really gorgeous! I follow on GFC as Mary Lee!

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  10. I feel your pain. I tried dividing my daisies after the "preferred" time frame. Those roots are strong! Good luck with those beautiful flowers.

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  11. Beautiful processing!

    Erika B

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  12. How beautiful in black and white!!!

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  13. Wonderfully soft and delicate images! Bright yellow would have detracted from that quality, so B & W was an excellent choice. I especially like the third shot -- great angle.

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