Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Waiting and Watching | Week Three.

With all the zeal of the newly converted, "WOW!" or maybe "Whoa, that was fast!"

I took these photos yesterday afternoon - maybe 48 hours after I noticed the first bloom on Christmas Day.

...and then just for fun, this morning I played around with one of them.

I think I like what Waterlogue does with the pictures and the birds even more than the amaryllis.

Happy Wednesday!

(Week One, Week Two)



14 comments:

  1. I love your white amaryllis! Mine is red and white and very beautiful and then I've got another that is barely out of the starting gate.

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    1. Thank you, Geri ... they came that way from Whole Foods!!

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  3. I enjoyed both types of photos... and yay for the amaryllis...
    Cheers~

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  4. My grocery store "rescue" amaryllis is moving much more quickly (will likely bloom today) than the bulbs I planted myself. I'm going to have blooms for months! They're so lovely.

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  5. Just beautiful, and you have so many more buds still to open!

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  6. Looking great! The Waterlogue is beautiful...very relaxing to look at.

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  7. Beautiful! I don't even want to acknowledge that there is an ignored amaryllis in our house. (I'm blaming Doug - he was in charge of the gifting of them.) Maybe this evening I'll take a look at it and see if it can be salvaged!

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  8. It's so fun to play with Waterlogue or Prizma. I didn't buy amaryllis for myself this year, but the one I gave a friend looks magnificent.

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  9. Very striking blooms - and I would imagine so welcome at this time of year (although I'm not sure what kind of winters you have -it's been a little bleak here)! I'm upset that I didn't purchase some for myself when placing my sister's order - oh well, maybe next time.

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  10. Lovely!! Mine are mere babes... I'll be lucky to see them bloom by St. Patrick's Day, I think, but I enjoy checking on them!!

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  11. Wow! Gorgeous Mary!! You have beauties for sure!!

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  12. It's just flourishing, isn't it! Your Waterlogue take is very nice too - you never know what it's going to do to a photo ...

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