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! ๐Ÿ˜€

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

 

N is for Nymphaeaceae

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27 comments

  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!

    • 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. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • 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!! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. 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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