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January 30, 2011


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Oh kathleen, your Amaryllis are always so are certainly the poster child for having Amaryllis.


These are gorgeous photos of a really stunning flower. I agree on the back lighting. They look like studio shots. I almost purchased an amaryllis bulb today that was so big. I did even know they got that big, but the price matched the size too, so it did not come home with me. But if I saw yours first, I may have made the extravagant purchase.


Ah, yes...backlit by the kitchen window - manifique! What a pair of beauties. My 'Romance' is growing leaves but no bud stem yet. Fingers crossed!
Those speckles and stripes are absolutely gorgeous!


You have some of the best amaryllis shots I've seen posted. The details, composition, and light are all gorgeous.


These are lovely! The petals look like lawn fabric when backlit.


Kathleen, You've made me an amaryllis convert. I never appreciated them before I saw the varieties you grow. Excellent shots, really excellent. xogail


Hi Kathleen. They are both so beautiful. I really like the double blooms of the Siren though.You have a beautiful collection lady.

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