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The Bride RL61543

The incredible beauty of Nymphaea violacea is showcased here on a windless day during twilight. Its genetic name, Nymphaea, is derived from Greek mythology and refers to a nymph or bride. Their species name, violacea, describes their violet hue. These beautiful flowers are found wild in northern parts of tropical Australia.
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Steve Parish Nature Connect
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WETLAND REFLECTIONS
The incredible beauty of Nymphaea violacea is showcased here on a windless day during twilight. Its genetic name, Nymphaea, is derived from Greek mythology and refers to a nymph or bride. Their species name, violacea,  describes their violet hue. These beautiful flowers are found wild in northern parts of tropical Australia.