a tropical garden in the north of Barbados
The water lilies are just beautiful. I like your new twist :^)
Ha ha Rusty so cute :-D Love the white water lilies. Largest? Wow that's amazing.
Helen, let me complement you first on your musical voice! The three lilies together is amazing! Have a great weekend!
The lilies look lovely. and yay! yay! yay! I got to hear your voice...:)
that was sweet and your doggie is sweet...i love your lotus flowers and pond..thanks for sharing.
Yes that was beautiful, somewhat a bit blurry but beautiful waterlilies, not only the flowers but also the fronds. But i still prefer the baked plantain, hahaha! I seem to smell the aroma here, hmmmm.
For some reason I always find water lilies very cheerful. Those are gorgeous. Also loved your plantain recipe although we don't get them that often here. But it sounded delicious!
Oh, how very mind-blowingly, heart-stoppingly beautiful! Helen, you've excelled yourself this time. I do love your water gardens. sigh!
So beautiful flowers..And you show tehm so nicely with your photographs..have a nice day..Costas
Thank you all for your kind comments.Noelle.....I am glad you liked the new twist.Stephanie......Rusty is such a cutie pie and the white waterlily is a favorite with visitors.Lotusleaf ......you are very kind to me my voice sounds like a wailing banshee LOL.Urban Green......LOL You've made me smile with your response.Noel....thanks for stopping by and that doggie Rusty was a rescue.Andrea...I do hope to get better at making videos with my digital camera. I hope that you try the baked plantain, it is delicioso.Jean.......water lilies brighten up a dreary day. If ever you get your hands on some plantain please try this recipe.Sunita.....you must get yourself a water garden. You can build one in wood and drop a liner in.Nature Digital.....A special welcome to you. Thank you!
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