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Re: NOID SDB yellow very early

  • Subject: Re: NOID SDB yellow very early
  • From: "loic tasquier" <tasquierloic@cs.com>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 23:30:29 +0100

I've fluffed it up a bit with more contrast and a bit more saturation, and it looks like the pictures of Vavoom i've found on internet, with even the lighter stripes close to the beards.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2007 10:14 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] NOID SDB yellow very early

Any ideas what this could be? It was the first iris to bloom last year, was
short even for an SDB, but most of my first-year plants bloomed short, so I
don't think that counts. It was labeled Vavoom, but doesn't match the
description. I don't expect a definite ID, but some suggestions might allow
me to call it "that one that looks like [insert likely suspect]."

Francesca, thanks for letting me know my message came through. It didn't make
it to me, oddly enough (maybe the system doesn't send to the sender anymore?),
but your reply came.

Note on color: I'll be appending a version of this to every shot. The photo
was processed on my Mac, which means that while it looks right on my screen,
it's likely to look a little darker, with more saturated color, possibly
shifted a bit more red, on the typical PC monitor. This isn't a defect in
either type of monitor, just a typical difference. For this photo the
difference is minor, but in some it's very noticeable, enough to describe the
colors differently.

Sanpete County, Utah
zone 4/5, about 6,000 feet

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