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Do you remember the photo of the water lilies I took at San Diego’s Balboa Park? The one I used for the month of August in my 2013 photo calendar? Well, I went back to my memory card and looked if there were more photos good enough to share. I found a few, so here we go.
Remember to click on each photo for a larger view.
Here’s the whole patch where my water lilies came from. I like capturing reflections in the water. Unfortunately it’s not always easy to find a good angle to photograph the water lilies from to get their best shot, as well as an interesting building reflection, so it can be tricky. I think this photo came out OK.
Here’s the photo of the three pink water lilies on the right, the one I used in the calendar.
And here’s a photo of the single water lily closer to the front of the first picture.
This pond at Balboa Park also displays white water lilies but I think pink beats white any day when it comes to standing out on the green lily pads. What do you think?
Love them! Especially the one in the middle. 🙂
You’d better like that one! 😉
I need to go back to my original photo for the single water lily and see if I have a little more room around it, so it fits in a circle for the coaster, without being cropped. That will be a fun project!
So beautiful. 🙂
Thank you! I just created a canvas print for sale with the single water lily. If you look closely, you can see a few fish underwater, pretty neat.
I know you were asking about other photos I took that day, so here it is! There were some white water lilies too but they looked pretty bland compared to the pink ones.
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