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Lens-Artists – Unexpected & V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #33-Upside Down Challenges

Here is my entry for Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Unexpected.  And here is my entry for V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #33-Upside Down.

A gigantic sunflower head that fell down to the ground.

A branch of my dahlia broke and the flower were upside down.

The bottom side of giant lily pads.

Most of you have seen this photo of the close up the giant lily pad.

Qi (energy) hugs


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  1. Love this entry. That sunflower looks like a giant, cosy cushion! Those lily pads are just wonderful, Cee, so glad to see the whole lily pads too – very unexpected!

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  2. They are all amazing photographs, especially this giant lily pad unbelievable… Loved them all. Thank you dear Cee, Love, nia


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