Lily of the Valley in the Garden

Lily of the Valley flowers in a pot in the garden.

As spring moves towards summer every year this pretty little white flowers bloom in a pot in our garden. Always a welcome sight, we do watch for them to appear.

In fact, this year, they have self-seeded to the point where we will need a bigger pot!

Lily of the valley flowers. Pretty white flowers hidden in their leaves.

The lily of the valley flowers are really small, but the pretty white shapes hidden in the leaves make a good photo.

Lily of the valley flowers, white bells against dark green leaves.

Photo Notes

The little Panasonic Lumix TZ100 is a great travel camera with its 1 inch sensor and 10x zoom. While it may not be as good as a larger sensor, it doesn’t do a bad job close up, even in poor light. These were shot in shadow, both at ISO 1600, hand held. The first photo was processed in my favourite app, Snapseed, while the other was processed in Darktable (on Linux Mint)

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"This image is for sale in my photography stores.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Filosopete says:

    Beautiful.

    Like

  2. Bren says:

    Thank you for entering… lily of the valley has a beautiful smell to it.. love how you captured the beauty of this flower xx

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    1. The Hairy One says:

      Thanks Bren.

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