Green Day - Delicate flower

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:43 PM in ,



Linda flor e foto! beijos,chica

Beautiful! It's a lovely time of year when the flowers stat to appear.

Hi Claudia

Lovely little flower, so pretty.
I don't know what it is called but the leaves are really glossy and healthy looking.
Great to see the sun shining down on it!

Have a great weekend.

Fiona x

Dearest Claudia,

Good Morning from east. Oh, lovely sweet flower♡♡♡
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Solitária e bela,enche a tela de delicadeza.Linda!

Realmente a flor é linda! É de planta aquática? Abraços e bom fim de semana!

It took me a few seconds before I realized this is a waterlily! Unusual angle:)

Que florizinha linda. Amei! Muito delicada.

Just a lovely flower reminds me of the camellia flower. Have a lovely weekend

Belíssima foto dessa flor linda! Adorei. Abraços Ailime (será uma planta chamada nenúfar branco?)

Hi Claudia. Beautiful little flower. I thought it was a primrose at first, but on looking closer, I don't think it is.

Very, very pretty - I love the leaves!

Have a great day!

Lilypads? It reminds me of my husband's family cabin in northern Michigan. Bliss. :)

@All - Jesh was the one who recognised it, it was indeed a water lily, very delicate. Glad you enjoyed my little mystery photo!

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