Saturday, November 6, 2010

A Little Bit of Color Take II

Ah hah! I thought I had already put these up, but apparently not. They're from late September when we went to Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania with Zac's grandparents. Fun stuff, very nice place! You can look at the other photos here. I think I still have a few more hiding somewhere, too. Mellow Yellow Weekend Reflections

28 comments:

NatureFootstep said...

I´ve seen a blue waterlily only once. It was soo beautiful. But I think that one was smaller then the one you show here. Nice shots. :)

Kay L. Davies said...

Lovely! Waterlilies are so serene. You must have a wonderfully exciting life, a nomad biologist!
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-- Kay

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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biobabbler said...

Nice. That last shot is a show stopper. How can a plant look so regal?

i beati said...

sheer loveliness Sandy

Mary Howell Cromer said...

I do not get to see water plants often enough and these are terrific photographs Jill~

Dominic Gendron said...

Very colorfull and well composed image! Love them all ;)

Pagan Sphinx said...

Beautiful trio. They look like they could be framed in a triple and be a very happy threesome.

Ciao!
Gina
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Kebeni said...

oh so beautiful, lillies are so stunning

Junneth said...

Wow! So lovely!I have never seen blue waterlily in real life. Thanks for sharing! Mine is posted here!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Just gorgeous Jill! Isn't it a great thing to find photos you had forgotten about for a while?

indicaspecies said...

I feel good to dig out lovely pictures from the archives. These are beautiful.

Kim, USA said...

Awesome shot so beautiful!
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Marites said...

such beautiful captures! have a good week ahead!

J Bar said...

Beautiful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

EG Wow said...

Very cool!

Tricia said...

Waterlily - Very pretty & very cool!!!

Randi said...

Such a beautiful waterlily! I´ve never seen a blue one...amazing.

Míriam Luiza said...

Muito lindas!

'Tsuki said...

I just love the framing and the angle you chose for your pictures... You did a quite nice job here.

Sylvia K said...

So lovely and I always love your composition! You're such a clever and talented photographer! Always a pleasure to visit your blog, Jill! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

RuneE said...

Not just a little bit - a LARGE bit! Well done!

Gine said...

Très belles images ... Le reflet est étonnant !

Clytie said...

I love your photography, Jill - your posts are always THE BEST!

Elisa said...

Actually nice reflections !
Greetings from Argentina

lizziviggi said...

They are all beautiful, but I particularly like the first one-- it's so sharp and delicate at the same time. Plus, they look a little like green ramekins... and now I'm craving creme brulee.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

The verdant green water lillies are just stunning! Love your reflections from Longwood and look forward to more.

springman said...

These are so beautiful, It is a shame you have to mar them with your logo but I guess that's how it goes.

Springman said...

Jill,
Thanks for your visit. To explain my comment a little more, I certainly understand the necessity for a wonderful artist like yourself to protect your creative output. Such is the reality of the digital age. Yet and still I mourn the effects. Part of the great joy I receive in admiring truly outstanding work such as yours is the dance my eye takes as it travels through the compositional elements. In this regard the watermark is a sad stain. However I should have thought twice before I made my remark as it's not that important in the larger scheme of things.
Your Admirer,
Springman