Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Lake Bradford Lily Pads
I took this picture on the edge of Lake Bradford at the Tallahassee Museum. If you look closely, you can see cypress tree branches and the sky reflected in the black water. Please visit Watery Wednesday for more beautiful watery pictures!
Yesterday I saw the first water lily flower this year. :-)
Beautiful picture! Yes, I see the branches in the reflection!
Interesting. Sunday at Epcot we watched a bunch of baby ducks play on top of lily pads at the Chinese exhibition.
So, I guess they're good for something other than looking at.
Very nice photo with the reflections and all.
Very cool shot...I like the reflection of the branches, etc. Nice composition..
Beautiful lilies and great reflections.
Lily pads look so pleasent floating on top of the water and they are beautiful when they bloom.
Great shot, Lois. Thanks for visiting
Very cool shot.
Very artistic piece of photography! I love it. Did you use some photoshop on it. When you enlarge it you can see the water has a painting quality to it. I love this kind of photo. It would look good hanging on my wall. The colors are beautiful and the subject is very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
Very pretty and I like the reflections
This picture is breathtaking, I loved the colours!
This delicate flower is really special!
A few spots of color on a black and blue background : beautiful
This is great! Cool reflection of the branches.
Nice photo Lois, love lily pads with or without a frog.
So tropical. Love the reflections.
Very nice and bright. The green lily pads are offset brilliantly by the dark water.
Nice shot and the lilies are beautiful too.
Walter lilies are to intriguing! Don't see them around here too much. Your reflections make this a Bonus Photo!
Nice shot. Love the focus on the lily pads but the reflections are nice too. :-)
Great picture of the lilys
Reflections..I can seen them, just past the broken yet lovely lily pads. Gorgeous work!
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