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Perfect Patterns – Lens-Artists Photo Challenge

Here is my entry for Ann-Christine of Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge. 

Two plants that I think have perfect patterns are giant sunflowers and the underside of giant lily pads.

Sunflowers. One with a flat head and one that has more of spherical head.

Even the leaves have a lot of pattern to them.

Underside of a giant lily pad. These pads can be up to 4 feet in diameter and can hold a 4 year old child.

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  1. Isn’t nature wonderful? The underside of the lily pad reminds me of vaulted ceilings in old catherdrals and churches, I wonder if lily pads were the architects’ inspiration.


  2. Beautiful Cee – amazing info about the lily pads. I had no idea about that. I loved the first image of the large underside. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen them that big!


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