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Amaryllis Bloom

Framed amaryllis

The Amaryllis bulb that I potted up some weeks ago is blooming now.  It is a lovely white bloom with just a tinge of pink and lovely green filaments and brownish anthers.    I dressed it up with an antique overlay from Nelly Nero, a Florabella Classic Vintage action and a AmaPad Border and Frame action.
I am joining Macro Friday with host Laura at Blogging From Bolivia.   Have a Great Weekend.  Valerie


Ashley Sisk said…
That is beautiful!
Raymonde said…
What a beautiful shot. You really have green fingers. xxx
deb duty said…
Very pretty! Love your edit.
Anonymous said…
This is such a beautiful photo and the soft look of the editing really suits the flower.
Beautiful macro. Thank you for posting your shot. I love the edit that you did.
Ewa said…
it's great when the plants are flowering, nice shot!
Dhemz said…
so beautiful...thanks for dropping by my macro....:)
Courtney said…
oh Valerie... just beautiful! Really gorgeous!!!
What an absolutely lovely image. How pretty. I love that you are getting to watch it's growing process! Fascinating.
Tiffany said…
So pretty, love the processing. Have a great weekend. Thanks for the visit.

Henrietta said…
Beautiful amaryllis. Here in Finland we use amaryllis as a christmas flower, do you there!? Great edit
Those are gorgeous...very lily-like, which I love. Stunning capture!
Byddi Lee said…
What a gorgeous shot! What a shame we need to worry about people copying stuff though.
beautiful work i love this

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