Queen of Siam
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Nymphaea “Queen of Siam” This lily is viviparous, it produces little new plants from the pads. Viviparity is signaled by a nub at the point at which the pad and stem join. At first it often looks gelatinous and soon shows signs of developing leaves. As the parent pad ages the new little plant becomes more developed and, by the time the host pad has deteriorated, it is a miniature copy of the parent.|
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Beautiful close up. very good composition and great sharpness, nice dof and good detail, stunning vibrant colors.
Very nice captured of the water lily. Like your black BG.
- [2008-01-07 23:11]
hi Shirley, what a fantastic flower shot. the bright vivid colors are amazing, and you've captured it really well with the soft water drops being a nice touch. nicely done!
Hello Shirley! Beautiful flowers. Nice colors. Delicate light. Good background. Very good contrast.