Very pretty pictures.
Nice pics. I really like the 3rd one. Interesting shot!
Great pics. I wonder if folks can figure out what the 3rd one down is.
I am stumped on number three...is it the underside of a light fixture?
cool pics, lana... thank you
Cool shots -- from mosaics to man-eating plants (Okay, so I exaggerate a little.) My guess for #3: The underside of the roof on some kind a pavilion building.
The flower photo is beautiful and so is the flower . You have some great taste I must say !
I really like those pictures, Lana. :*) I love the outdoors, but my allergies don't :*(
kotybear, 2sweetnsaxy, laughingwolf & kashif; Thank you!Charles; Looks like we have a wiener. *LOL*Lisa; See Marvin's comment. ;)Marvin; The mosaic picture is actually a small shot of a building that's entirely covered that way. Pretty cool, really. Bits of mirror in sections, too. Very neat.BINGO on the 3rd picture. It's the new lighting fixture & ceiling of Abita Springs' historical gazebo!DH; My sympathies. <:( My brother used to say he was allergic to Canada, since he suffered so much every time he came to visit.
Photo number 3 looks like the top of an deck umbrella seen from above.My favourite is the photo with the bridge. Lana do you know the person on the bridge?
Beautiful shots!"Gazeebo ceiling"? ;->
Love those shots but can't figure out that middle one! My favorite is the first and the lily pad one. Just beautiful!
These pictures are beautiful. Love the pitcher plants.
Barbara; The answer's in my comment immediately above yours. No, unfortunately I don't know the person in that photo. They made the bridge more interesting, though!Erik; Yep. Marvin got it right (above.) It's the ceiling of our town's historical gazebo.Ello; Thanks! See my response to Erik, above. The 1st picture was taken outside of a restaurant we stopped at for dinner. *L* I liked the lily pad & reflections one, too.Sandpiper; Thank you. Our town is partially known for carnivorous plants, actually. Most of them (including those in this picture,) are in a preserve about a mile from our house.
i love the first one. great flower picture.
NW; Thanks! I wish I knew what kind of flower it is, actually...
gorgeous pictures----i think we have the same taste in flowers and gardens
Miriam; Thank you. :)
All great studies of pattern Lana.
Mark; Thank you. :) I hadn't even realized that, but you're right!
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