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  • divaskid - N. (lowii x veitchii)-red x burbidgeae

    14 53.85%
  • Red Lowii - N. lowii x truncata

    11 42.31%
  • maxima - N. sibuyanensis

    6 23.08%
  • rdlsreno - N. robcantleyi

    13 50.00%
  • Randoja - N. maxima wavy leaf

    4 15.38%
  • hcarlton - N. viking x (maxima x trusmadiensis)

    11 42.31%
  • Dragoness - N. mirabilis

    3 11.54%
  • NepXGorgicus - N. sanguinea

    2 7.69%
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Thread: Pitcher of the Month October 2014

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    Pitcher of the Month October 2014

    1. Only ONE (1) PITCHER per member may be entered in any particular month.
    2. All pictures must be taken in the month of entry into the contest.
    3. All entries must be clearly identified.
    4. Entries are restricted to cultivated plants.
    5. Contestants may post as many times and as many pictures of their entry as they like until contest closing on 10/31/14
    6. Sequential pictures showing opening of a pitcher are fine as long as all pictures are taken within the month of the contest.
    7. If, for some reason, a single pitcher cannot be isolated and a group shot is necessary, then the particular pitcher entered must be clearly identified in your post.
    8. Plant must have been grown by owner at least six months prior to photo.
    9. Times of Contest and Poll openings and closings are to be understood as EST.
    10. Judging by forum members and guests in a poll opening on 11/01/14, closing 11/05/14 and using this forum! Voting will open on top of the thread at the close of the contest submissions.

    ** Please remember to clearly identify your entry!!**

    Contest will be closed on October 31st 2014 at 5:00PM EST
    Good luck!!

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    I guess I'll start off this month

    N. (lowii x veitchii)-red x burbidgeae





    ~Michelle (AKA Geva or Jennifer)

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    Great pics divaskid, looks awesome!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lowii View Post
    Great pics divaskid, looks awesome!





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    Holy **** That has got to be the biggest pitcher Ive ever seen. You could throw a small dog in that!
    Last edited by Sashoke; 10-05-2014 at 04:48 AM.

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    "Notorious BIG" is no exaggeration here

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    LOL@Marc: I'm going to start using a fisheye lens now too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    LOL@Marc: I'm going to start using a fisheye lens now too!
    Paul! You're onto me! Fisheye is prob the best lens for exaggerating the mouth on a lowii hybrid ;-)
    I used to have a 16-35 LII and a 24 tilt shift LII, but fish eye warps things like no other. The 14mm is great too for distorting perspective, but very pri$$$y

    That pitcher is the tallest thing that's ever popped up for me, not as wide as a truncata x ephippiata but taller, and that's a winter pitcher! Issue I often have is humidity fluctuations with growing outdoors, causing the pitchers to open prematurely. In winter I can keep the humidity more constant by growing them in a makeshift greenhouse, but then the offset is poor light, resulting in green pitcher bodies. I think once I make the jump to fully automated I can achieve those EP sized giants.

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    Last edited by Eric; 10-08-2014 at 04:16 PM.

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