A secret invasion occurred. It happened in a remote place called Cowen Lake. Lilly pads from another dimension warped through time and space to take control this little space of Ohio. Now it belongs to the frogs, dragonflies, greens, and the yellows.
How beautiful. 🙂
thanks! I thought it was quite interesting.
Lotus! I wonder what species it is.
Gorgeous shots. I especially love that last one with the reflections.
Thanks. I didn’t know there were different species.
Oh yes, many. 🙂 Plants are an interest of mine, and aquatic plants are fascinating.
Very nice! I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many water lilies in one place.
Awesome post and photos!!!!
Thanks thanks thanks.
what have you got against frog condominiums???? racist!!! lmao
that would be frogist. And no, not… 🙂
Especially love the last two!
Great photos Seth! The same thing happened to the lake behind my mother-in-laws house… weird huh? Lovely for photography though. 😀
Yes, something strange going on. 🙂
Love these shots. Amazing.
Lilly pads, water lillies, nénuphars in my native France, they inspire visual artists and writers alike. This summer, lilly pads seem to be everywhere. Your photos, Seth, are as always superb. My teenage son took a few shots iof our own lilly pads in Maine. Thank you, Seth, for another beautiful photographic series.
Nenuphars… didn’t know that. It always sounds better in french. 🙂 Thanks.
Since you mentionned your French studies in college I thought you would like to know. I’m glad that it is a new word to add to your vocabulary. It’s funny because most people tell me that many words sound better in French but I love the sound of so many English words, especially when they are pronounced without my French accent!
Love it. Beautiful work, as always.
Wow, that’s a lot of water lilies.
Oh my goodness so pretty!
They are so lovely and whimsical. ❤
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