Friday, July 15, 2011

Photo Hunt - Backwards

I have always thought tiger lilies bloom backwards.



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22 comments:

Sue St Clair said...

Backwards blooming or not they are lovely :) Happy weekend and photo hunting!

jams o donnell said...

I know what you mean.. They are still beautiful!

Carver said...

I love your take on the theme and the tiger lilies you photographed are very beautiful.

Annie said...

What a beautiful photo! Love all the colors. I'd never thought about it before but they do bloom backwards.

Hope you have a great weekend.

Ms. A said...

Lovely lilies.

Renie Burghardt said...

Hmmm, looks like they do! But they're so pretty anyway.

Have a great weekend!

Mari said...

Well that's a new thought, but you are right! Nice photo!

Pen Pen said...

yep... they do seem to be backwards.

YTSL said...

Oh my, what a lovely picture! Re tiger lilies: when I hear/see that name, I think of Peter Pan's Tiger Lily! ;b

Life Ramblings said...

gorgeous blooms whether backwards or not.

Luna Miranda said...

that is a beautiful photo! what a graceful flower. our lily is also blooming, and it also droops.:p

Anneke (Mudhooks) said...

That's a stunning photo!

Liz said...

I think so too. These are so pretty.

Have a fabulous weekend!

Liz @ MLC

Granny Annie said...

Aren't they just fascinating?

rdl said...

beautiful shot!!

peppylady (Dora) said...

I never thought of tiger lilies blooming backwards.
But they sure are pretty.

Coffee is on.

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Mariposa said...

They're beautiful! Nice shot on the tiger lilies.
Have a great day!

Mariposa's PH!

ancient one said...

BBC You are an idiot. I thank you to not come and post on my blog anymore. I will pray for you!!

Bohemian said...

Perhaps that is part of their appeal and why they stand out so spectacularly. Something so unique always stands out in a special way.

Blessings from the Arizona... Dawn... The Bohemian

possum said...

You're right. I never thought of it that way....
When we were kids on the island, we used to use the pollen on our faces to make freckles! Lord, That was a LONG time ago.

Mary said...

Beautiful!!!