August 2020 Photo of the Month - Summer


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The August 2020 Photo of the Month competition is now open for entries! :snaphappy:

Here are the rules:
  • The theme this month is "Summer"
  • No more than one submission per member.
  • The photo must be your own (although not necessarily taken in your own garden)
  • If you would like to make a submission, please reply to this topic and attach your photo (with a description if you want).
  • Please submit your photos no later than July 20th.
  • Once all submissions have been made, there will be a poll in the forum to select the winner.
  • In the event of a tie, the admin will cast the deciding vote
  • Please only reply to this topic if you are making an entry. Please do not make any comments on the other photos, you will have the opportunity to make comments when the poll is released on July 21st.
The winner will be announced on August 1st, and the winning photo will be displayed on the forum main page during August.

Good luck! :D
 
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IMG-20200621-WA0011.jpg Here's my entry! Michigan has the best summer sunsets :giggle:
 
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pictured here is the gardens of" museum de El Greco " in barcelona spain
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Nuphar lutea, commonly known as "Spatterdock, cow lily, or yellow pond lily". I photographed these naturally growing in a canyon in northern Arizona. The pads can be over a foot across, and it can grow in water 6' deep.
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