Photographs by Frank

9 July 2016

Day Lilies

Filed under: Monadnock Region,Summer — Tags: — Frank @ 1:00 PM

July… the peak of the day lily season.

Day lilies are one of the treats of summertime. They seem ubiquitous* in the gardens and along roadsides of New England.

I have been taking my camera with me when ever I head out in hopes of finding the perfect combination of flowers, foreground and background.

Yesterday,  while returning from the “dump”**, I finally made a few photographs with which I am happy. The barn photos were a bonus.

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Day Lily #1
Day Lily #1
Day Lilies and Crotched Mountain
Day Lilies and Crotched Mountain
Day Lilies and Stone Wall
Day Lilies and Stone Wall
Day Lily #2
Day Lily #2
Barn Board #6
Barn Board #6
Barn and Tree
Barn and Tree

* In my first draft, I wrote “almost ubiquitous”, but that is like saying “almost pregnant”! 😉

** I was returning with a truck still loaded with trash. The dump closes at two on Fridays; I got there  just after four somehow thinking that it closed at five (as it does on Saturdays). I am not sure which fact I was mixed up on… closing time or the day of the week!

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