Tuesday of Texture and Tuesday Photo Challenge-Structure

De Monte Y Mar’s Tuesday of Texture Challenge:  Week 9 of 2017

Dutch Goes the Photo’s Tuesday Photo Challenge – Structure

I adore the giant lily pads.  They can be up to 4 feet in diameter.  They also can hold a child that weighs 40 pounds without breaking.  They grow each year from a tiny seed.  They are an amazing plant.

This first photo is the bottom of a giant lily pad.  s

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This photo is a collage of it’s blooms and front side.

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Cee

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  1. I know, I know. I keep changing my mind, but I promise this shot of the back of the water lily pad will remain my all time favorite. i’ve seen it before and hope you use it in your “behind” prompt as well as it is the first one I thought of when I saw upcoming prompts..The others that go with it are wonderful as well.

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    1. Actually it was one of my first thoughts too. You think I could use it again in a week or so? I could always switch it to black and white, but I don’t think it will carry the same drama.

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      1. Yes, I have been so busy with my new job that I am behind on my reading. So I thought I better pop over there and see how you have been doing. Great work I see!

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  2. I had no idea lily pads were that strong! And have also never lifted them up to see underneath, that is an impressive vein system. Learned something new this week, thanks for sharing in Tuesdays of Texture Cee! Have a great weekend.

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  3. They also can hold a child that weighs 40 pounds without breaking.

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    Whoa! That’s incredible. Hmm …. I just had an idea for a photo shoot. But first I have to find some large lily pads and someone willing to let me model a small child.

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