First White Lily of Spring

Photo-A-Day #1892

When we headed out to Church this morning we saw that the white lilies had now started to bloom. I love when they are covered with water droplets. I also wanted to catch this before the bugs started munching on it. We had a very nice day at home.

Part of the day was spent making some videos and writing posts for I’m having so much fun making these videos and trying these shavers and also going on shops to buy them. There is something very cool about opening a brand new shiny gadget like a new Norelco Shaver.

The other part of the say was spent learning just how to use and One Shopping Cart correctly for my friend Kim Ann Curtin. She has some great coaching packages available, check them out over at The Coach Shoppe and The Wall Street Coach. While it was frustrating not being able to figure things out right away it felt good to know exactly how to get things done and working. I love problem solving.

Photo Information

Date Taken: June 13, 2010
Camera: Canon Point and Shoot
(Aff Link)
Model: Canon PowerShot SD800 IS
(My Flickr)
ISO: n/a
Exposure: 1/160sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 4.6mm
Flash Used: No
Mode: Manual
Lens: Manual

I also want to point out that I am trying to help Jim Kukral get to 100,000 sales of his book Attention! This Book Will Make You Money: How to Use Attention-Getting Online Marketing to Increase Your Revenue (Aff Link) so please pre-order it today and give him a hand. I want to sell 100 copies of the book for him starting with the one I pre-ordered today.

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9 thoughts on “First White Lily of Spring”

    1. Karen,
      Thank you. We have a variety of lilies in our front yard, my sister grows them. We also cross pollinate them and get all sorts of new ones each year.

  1. Lovely shot, lillies are such an exotic looking plant and with a greta fragrance. Here in the UK it’s hard to grow them well outside but in the South the hardier species do OK. Presumably you’ve got a very good camera?

    Look at what steved wrote blog post ..Hello world!

    1. Steve,
      I guess I take it for granted that the lilies grow very well around here. I don’t think of them as exotic either. I’ve got several good cameras, this one was from my canon, I primarily shoot Nikon though.

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