Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Water Lily

Andy | Tuesday, August 27, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

If you ever go to a water garden, make sure you bring your camera.

14 comments:

  1. Some flowers are more prominent then others. Some are more modest as others but all a creation of nature perhaps sometimes with a little help of mankind. This one I would categorize in the more prominent class.

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  2. I love the color of this one. When I'm kayaking I see white or yellow water lilies. I sure would like to see this color!

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  3. Gorgeous! My camera died on me when I was in PEI. Had to buy a cheapo point and shoot at the Charlottetown Wal-Mart. But at least I didn't miss out on any shots!
    Now I've upgraded, but haven't had time to get out and shoot. Hopefully this coming weekend as we have visitors again. :)

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  4. amazing flowers....I love to see them stretched across a pond!

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  5. Gorgeous! I took quite a few water lily photos when I was in California two weeks ago. They are so beautiful.

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  6. This is truly gorgeous - great color and tack-sharp!

    Re your comment: I think you're still a kid at heart!

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  7. The water lily is symbolically important to both Buddhism and Hinduism. It is a pure, clean flower emerging from mud and muddy water. Lovely photo.

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  8. That is gorgeous, Andy! Great shot.

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  9. Nice job, Andy. I try photos of water lilies every now and then, but they always look washed out. Yours is a beauty.

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  10. Quite beautiful; and you're absolutely correct. . .these flowers are exceptionally beautiful.

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  11. Oh so pretty. My place I moved from had these in white in lily pond.

    Was not so good when you were swimming as the vines intwine around your feet.

    We were not to cut them away or we would get a huge fine.

    So most of us have moved elsewhere.

    Between them and turtles.


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