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A-Z Photo Project | N is for Nymphaeaceae

Otherwise known as a lily pad! What a fun day Thuy from Crafteaheart and I had yesterday! Can’t wait until next time! πŸ˜€

(Photo taken in front of the de Young Museum in San Francisco.)


N is for Nymphaeaceae



  1. How do you do that Patty? How do you do that? Is it edited? Gorgeous! It symbolizes Light in the darkness.

    I will soon request you to do a first post for me on “Photography Tips” from smart phone ;). Go figure…lol!

    In love with this pic totally!

    • Hi Sonal! You’re so funny. This pic was taken with my Nikon and edited in Adobe Lightroom. I should post a before and after sometime. And please let me know about that guest post! Hugs!

  2. Do fun that you guys got to hang out! You are getting to meet so many bloggy friends… Awesome! Picture is gorgeous!

      • Hey- would you be interested in doing a guest post for me? Making something low-glycemic for my blog? The only problem is it would need to get to me by this Sunday. Let me know what you think!

      • Hi Lori! I would love to but I have family visiting this week. My aunt from Seattle flew in today so I won’t be able to do a post for you by Sunday. 😦 Maybe next time??

      • Yes, next time! Oh, that’s wonderful! Enjoy your time together! Yay!

    • I got lucky with this one. All the leaves just happened to be positioned perfectly! I really wanted to wade into the pool for more shots, but I’m pretty sure security would have gone in and hauled me back out. πŸ˜‰

    • Thanks, Fida. It is definitely one of my new favorites. I usually don’t like my photos after a couple of weeks, but I think I’ll still like this one!! πŸ˜€

  3. CTachera says

    I am so glad there is a simpler name for this plant. Lily pad is do much easier to say. The letter N was a difficult one. Once again, what a great photo.

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