Monday, August 18, 2008

A week-end is over


A warm and magnificent weekend is over. I found this lily (I think?) beside my cottage and used the opportunity for more testing. Learning is difficult, but enjoyable.


PS I have been invited by LUIZ SANTILLI JR. to take part in Today's flowers. I 'll let this "unknown" be my hesitant contributuion.

29 comments:

detroit dog said...

Wow. That is beautiful.

You are having a lot of fun with your new camera!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Rune, that is a beautiful lily. I don't know what variety (I'm woefully ignorant in that regard), but I love the color, and the texture of the petals.

Marie said...

Det er ikkje namnet det kjem an på! Flott bilde av ein vakker blome!

Maria said...

Perfect! What radiant colour! Great!

fishing guy said...

Rune: What a great orange color in your lily.

Tommy said...

Great looking flower and perfectly captured.

Kerri said...

This is GORGEOUS!!

Abraham Lincoln said...
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Abraham Lincoln said...

Beautiful flower. I love the texture and the color.

You asked why blogger is investigating the dancing blog. It is because they have pieces of code waiting for certain things to happen and when they happen it seems to be some kind of violation of terms of service.

So on this new blog I have been working on it for a couple of day but today I began adding photos to the side bar of artwork and things I have done or made. How ever many are there was what set off the alarms I am guessing. To the google code thing, it must have seemed like or been like a blog that duplicates itself ever so often or something.

I had it happen a month or so ago the my Brookville blog. And they investigated and released it.

They have a human being investigate the blog and will mine to see if it is a spam blog or a real blog that got caught up in their code web. LOL

It is a pain in the butt but I don't know what I can do about it except don't put so many things in the side bar on the same day.

Thanks for the inquiry.

By the way, the other new one is Sendai, Japan which shows pictures I took in 1953, 1954 and 1955 and 1956. I just started it too.It is also linked to my brookville blog or from there.

http://sendai-japan.blogspot.com/

dot said...

Looks like a lily to me but definitely a beautiful shot!

piedmontperspective said...

Wonderful capture, Rune! The colors are beautiful.

John said...

Fint utsnitt og flott bruk av dybdeskarphet, Ruen.

Louise said...

It's gorgeous. Why hesistant? The color is so vivid, and the photo is quite well-done.

ANNA-LYS said...

Looks like an special kind of orchid to me, beautiful in its colour, indeed.

April said...

A wonderful contribution! Such a vibrant looking flower (lily) - I like the "hot" colours. Great photo!

Kahshe Cottager said...

It looks very much like what we call day lilies and a pretty one too. I really like that hot colour!

My Flower Here

Lara said...

a beautiful contribution!

Abraham Lincoln said...

After being here earlier today and then seeing Tom's pictures, both of you and others turned me on to this flower group.

Well, I just joined the flowers group and planted some flowers and they are already in bloom at my new blog, Thunder Maker.

My Flowers

Abraham Lincoln

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Neat, Rune, It looks like a lily to me too. MY Today''s Flowers is also up. ;-)

East Gwillimbury WOW!
http://eastgwillimburywow.blogspot.com/

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful colors and image.

AVCR8TEUR said...

The flower looks like it has little sparkles to it.

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. said...

Beautiful flower and lovely colors!

Thanks for your support to TODAY'S FLOWERS!
Hope you come back every monday!

Luiz

Christy said...

Very lovely lily this is.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

WOW... stunning photo.... you use a macro lens? May I ask which one? I know I use an older camera than you, of course... I have a Canon Rebel 350D and I still love it and don't plan on buying a new one right now because it serves me fine but I need a nice macro lens.. have any suggestions!?
Mountain Retreat

Greyscale Territory said...

What a stunning orange! And love the textures you have captured!

RAMOSFOREST.ENVIRONMENT said...

I don´t know. Have you taken the full plant?
Anyway, beautiful flower.

Barbara Martin said...

It is a lily in a colour I have not seen before. Beautiful clarity.

Ida said...

NYDELIG! :)

Paulie said...

That lily looks so velvety soft! It doesn't look like a photo but one I could pick right off my screen!