Orange Lily

This Orange Lily was one of many at the nature park where I found it. I won't give it to you as a gift because I have read that it is very bad to do so. Look it up. Instead, I will offer the photo as a free wallpaper. We will let this Orange Lily symbolize the end of this year, but also the birth of the next. Have a happy New Year.

I loved the way these flowers looked as they dotted the edges of the roads at the nature park, and I hope they're back again next year. I have read that these flowers originated in Europe, but I have seen them in photos from all over the world. These orange lilies seem to be well loved by most people, and I can understand why. They give a nice, bright, orange glow that makes them stand out wherever they grow. They are about the size of your hand, so they are big enough for their glow to shine brightly.

Read further to find out how to download this wallpaper photo.

Photo Taken by Ratty with a Canon PowerShot SX20 IS

Here's how you download this free wallpaper:
  1. Click on the photo above to be taken to the download page, where you will then see the photo in its actual size. 
  2. From there, just right click on the photo to bring up the menu with your choices.
  3. Select Save Image As or Save Picture As to save the wallpaper to your computer.
  4. Come back here and leave the contributor of the photo a polite thank you.

If you'd like to see more of my work go take a look at any of my three sites. I'm the editor here at Nature Center Magazine, and I also have two blogs. The Everyday Adventurer is my nature blog where I tell stories of my daily nature hikes and the things I encounter, with more photos like this one. Rat Tales is where I get to share some of the fiction that I write. No photos there though, just some very cool stories.

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Comments

  1. It's a beautiful bright and cheerful flower, Ratty, just the perfect welcome for the year to come which just has to be better for me than the old year that I am glad to bid farewell!! Thanks, my friend. I hope we are both on the mend in this new year to come.

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  2. @RNSANE -
    Thanks. I hope 2011 is a good one for both of us too. And I hope your health gets better than ever. I'm also wishing for a good year for my other blogging friends, especially for our most recent nature site of the week.

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  3. A lovely thought to bring in the New Year.Let the good life continue.

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