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Friends, Americans,(and any other ) countrymen. Lend me your....eyes????

Updated on March 22, 2010

Some times I feel like just floating away like...water lilies

I really love these pictures. I love the colors.
I really love these pictures. I love the colors.
I think that this is a really great example of good timing. Don't you think??
I think that this is a really great example of good timing. Don't you think??


You know what? I  kinda like  water lilies. They're pretty cool. I like the way some of 'em look a little like Pac-Man...but then again, doesn't everyone. I don't think there is any other plant that looks like an awesome video game Icon. Or is there????????  I don't think I've ever seen a plant that looked like  Donkey Kong. That would be pretty cool. Plus if there was any, I'd be writing about them instead. Soooooooo, what I think I'm getting at is...drum roll please...... does anybody out there have any pictures of your fave flower? And as always; IS ANYONE READING THIS?????? I can't imagine why.


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    • Teresa Coppens profile image

      Teresa Coppens 

      8 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I love water lilies also. I've been working on a project to turn an old cement water trough into a pond. I've been working out the kinks and I think next year it will be housing my own waterlilies. Cold resistant ones however for our Ontario climate!

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      9 years ago from usa

      had a water lily pond at my old alma mater, i loved watching it change with the seasons... and then I had a beautiful Magnolia tree outside my dorm window. When it bloomed, i was able to enjoy its scent. thankyou for the pictures. I am always in awe of photographers that look at nature thru their mind's eye. take care.

    • _cheryl_ profile image


      10 years ago from California

      LOL! "is anyone reading this?"... I am Mikie =) I seriously thought that the first photo was a painting. The contrast in the two top left lily pads that appear a bright orange really caught my eye. These are great photos, where did you shoot these? You're inspiring me to do another random photo hub, I've misplaced my interest for shooting the past month or so...well, just haven't made the time...I will now thanks to you! =)


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