Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Watery Wednesday: Red Water Lilies

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Photo taken with my new Android mobile (Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc).

For Watery Wednesday # 150

14 comments:

  1. How wonderful! I don't think I have ever seen a red one!

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  2. fones take such beautiful pictures nowadays. someday there will be dslr quality phones.

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  3. Härligt, fina näckrosor och mobilen har jobbat bra!

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  4. The red water lilies are so pretty floating on the surface on the pond. Lovely shot.

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  5. these are such a nice rich colour.

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  6. Beautiful top view pic, Monika!

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  7. Amazing quality.....it looks like a good purchase. I can barely work my phone and it's years old.

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  8. gorgeous! i haven't seen a red water lily before.

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  9. I'm not sure that I've ever seen red water lilies either.

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  10. Seriously....I don't think I've ever seen RED water lilies before. This was a treat for the eyes.

    LYDIA ANN LIGHTHOUSE

    Hope you're having a wonderful Wednesday!

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  11. fantastic shot, so very beautiful, makes me feel good to look at it.

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  12. great shot. I love water lilies. so cool the way they just are floating along.

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  13. Monet spent the latter part of his life painting water lilies. He would have appreciated your photo, I'm sure.

    WATER ON WEDNESDAY

    Water on Wednesday
    And other days too,
    Water for me, friend,
    And water for you;

    Water as ocean
    And water as sea,
    Water for you, friend,
    And water for me;

    Every day water
    In puddle or ice
    Or snowflakes or mist—
    Oh, water is nice!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    The Pacific at San Diego

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  14. Such a lovely photograph, the red flowers contrast so beautifully against the green of the leaves and the water.
    xoxoxo ♡

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