BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

WHITE WATER LILIES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Summer is truly underway when water lilies begin to appear on the lake. These beautiful aquatic plants decorate the surface of slow moving waterways between June and September. Their broad leaves often provide landing pads for dragonflies and weigh stations for frogs but stand out equally on their own. I try to expose for the lily’s white petals so that I retain some of their detail. This can be easier on a cloudy day when the light is more muted.

19 thoughts on “WHITE WATER LILIES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Very nice! One of the flowers I know…and like to photograph.

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  2. Beautiful visions, Belinda 🙂 I really like water lilies, and I really love the way you have captured the light in the petals and the reflections in the water.

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  3. Sweet! I can’t wait for those warm days. These scenes look so pleasantly warm.

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  4. Gorgeous photographs Belinda. And the thought of summer being round the corner cheers me up :)))

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  5. I love that top image with the beautiful lily and stunning reflection!

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  6. So delicate and beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful captures, Belinda! I especially like the first one with the lovely reflection and the inclusion of the surrounding lake elements. I makes me feel like I am there.

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