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Flower Photograph - Optical Illusion In A Waterlily by Kaye Menner

Optical Illusion In A Waterlily is a photograph by Kaye Menner which was uploaded on September 17th, 2011.

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Thank you all very much for your kind comments and congratulations. I have visited your galleries and left a vote on your first couple of images :)

That is so cool...congrats.

Beautiful!! Congratulations on your sale!!

Congratulations on the sale of a wonderful piece.

Kaye this is glorious ... congratulations on your sale!!!!

Thank you very much to the buyer from Huntsville, AL - United States who purchased a canvas print today. I hope you enjoy it :)

Beautiful concept! Thanks a lot for sharing and congrats!

Very beautiful, v

Thank you, Sue.

Very pretty, Kaye!

Thanks so much for your comment and vote, Phyllis.

Beautiful capture, Kaye-----voted!

Thank you very much, Bruce for your feedback and V/F. Also, thank you for the feature in your Colorful Lilies group. I do believe you are right that it is the partial transparency of the petals that creates the illusion of movement.

A very beautiful capture, Kaye! I do like the transperancy of the petals and how it make the petals seem to move. F/V

Thank you so much Randy for your thoughts and kind comments.

Beautiful capture and creativity on this piece, Kaye! I do see it, but at first, I thought my eyesight was failing me. LOL it is very unique and unusual and a pleasure to view! Nice job!

Thank you, Odon,

excellent flower capture.

Thank you Xueling for the really kind comment.

Many thanks for leaving your nice comment on my "Celestial Glass 6", I really appreciate it!! You mentioned magical, I think your captured really is magical, especially the white lily, amazing!!

Many thanks Heinz for your kind comment. Also thank you for adding me to your watchlist.

Oh! This is so very beautiful.

Thank you very much Steven. I think it is the partial transparency of some of the petals that creates this.

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