BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

TROUT LILY (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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These are one of the first forest flowers of Spring. I took this photo in April last year when the weather was warmer. It’s always a pleasure to see these bright bursts of colour welcoming the season along. They usually keep company with snow drops and violets. I’ll check on their progress next time I visit the nature reserve.

11 thoughts on “TROUT LILY (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Very pretty, especially the color version for spring. I hope you find some fresh subjects when you get their next!

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  2. These very closely resemble the Glacier Lilies of the U.S. mountain west.

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  3. It has been such a cool spring, I wonder if we’ll see these before May 1st! Lovely shot, Belinda.

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  4. Such a beautiful flower and photos in both colour and monochrome.

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  5. My first reaction to this comparison of colour vs. b/w was to say that I liked the colour better, but then almost immediately I noticed that the stamens of the flower showed up much more on the b/w. So it depends on the purpose of your photo. Is it to show the details of the lines of the flower, or the beautiful colour? Each serves a purpose. Each beautiful in its own way.

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  6. It’s a fun thing to find the spring flowers and to “check on their progress.” Lovely photo of the trout lily, Belinda. I hope spring arrives soon for you.

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