A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Float

Water Lily’s bloom

In the silence of the still water…

Renewing with each season…

Slowly floating through the swamp…

Silently disappearing…

Searching for its next prey…


Duck calmly floating…

In and out of the greens…

Taking time to nibble and continue on…

Copyright 2015 – All rights reserved – Lori Bravo


About lumar1298

Love to read, write, and meditate. I Also have a creative side. I enjoy crafting and designing and when I want action, then I dance.
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10 Responses to A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Float

  1. cool crocodile 🙂 your not scared?


    • lumar1298 says:

      But of course… There are many nature center in South Florida and what they do is built a bride over the swamp area and you can walk along seeing nature… This particular place has a 3 mile bridge all away around… Very nice way to experience nature, but not be quiet in the water…

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  2. nowathome says:

    Love the water lilies!

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  3. yprior1 says:

    great take on the challenge and I also love those lilies- you captured the pink – and the whole collage makes them pop even more –


  4. Sonel says:

    I am also crazy about water lilies and you’ve captured them so well Lor! Love the Haiku’s as well. Gorgeous croc and ducks. Looks like you had lots of fun! 😀
    Stunning shots! 😀 ♥


  5. Beautiful photos Lori

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  6. Love the water lilies and those ducks….but I do not miss those gators!…Beautiful photos!


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