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Waterlily for Macro Monday


This photo was taken in the garden of our hotel at Hoi An in Vietnam.
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Anonymous said…
Gorgeous colors and light.

Happy Macro Monday!
never seen such a beautiful waterlily. such color and shape, i love it
My garden haven said…
Love that waterlily. I have one in my garden. Strange that when it is photographed close-up, the centre appears to glow!
Jane said…
Lovely photo - the lighting makes this a wonderful capture, so very pretty.
quiltzyx said…
Beautiful! It does look like it's glowing.
quiltzyx said…
Beautiful! It does look like it's glowing.
Barbara said…
Beautiful. It appears lit from within.
em said…
Beautiful flower! The colors are very vibrant and bright!
Mildred said…
Simply wonderful!
Thanks for sharing;o)
¤ Happy day ¤

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