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These native "Carolina" lilies are growing deep in the forest on a friend's property. We were invited over to view them today.

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These native "Carolina" lilies are growing deep in the forest on a friend's property. We were invited over to view them today.

Those are beautiful lilies. I love the light you were able to shoot them in. I bet they are only pretty for a day or two before they are gone. I'm glad you got to go and see them.
 
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Those are beautiful lilies. I love the light you were able to shoot them in. I bet they are only pretty for a day or two before they are gone. I'm glad you got to go and see them.
Nice. I like the bokeh too!
Thanks, folks. The bokeh comes from using a long lens and standing well back.

I should mention that the folks whose property we found these on call them Canada lilies. My wife called them Turk's Cap lilies for several years, but after studying them in several wildflower guidebooks decided they are Carolina lilies. Whatever.
 
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Thanks, folks. The bokeh comes from using a long lens and standing well back.

I should mention that the folks whose property we found these on call them Canada lilies. My wife called them Turk's Cap lilies for several years, but after studying them in several wildflower guidebooks decided they are Carolina lilies. Whatever.
They are beautiful. I’ve been in the Idaho woods today. Nothing exotic blooming there.
 
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Lots of ideas, but today was baking day, a French Boule with 20% whole wheat. Here we go:

1. First rise, growing . . .

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2. Bulk rise after shaping, still growing.

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3. The finished product—no more growing—except me.

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My wife was watering her garden tonight ... so everything keeps GROWING!!
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Cheers!!

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Growing in character by applauding the players, who beat you in the championship, while they receive their trophies.

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This squirrel discovered the bird seed I've been leaving on my deck for the sparrows......and he is definitely going to be growing bigger and fatter if he keeps this up!

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