Praying Hands

As we face a new year the one thing that I recommend is bountiful prayer. I am going to do my part! HAPPY NEW YEAR to all my 365 Friends!
[Disclaimer: I found this flower in a flower pot. The leaves were those of a Praying Hands plant. I thought that this was its flower. I have since learned that this is either a faux calla lily or a peace plant that someone placed in the pot.]
Beautifully photographed Skip!
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Beautiful photograph and resolution. Happy New Year!!
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Beautiful! Love how that calla pops off that black background!
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Happy new year! Yes, prayer is essential this year.
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Beautiful capture! Happy new year to you too :)
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Great idea. aIways say that. Hard to keep it up!!
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Lovely
posted January 2nd, 2016  
Awesome on black!
Happy New year Skip!
posted January 2nd, 2016  
This is beautiful - very elegant!
posted January 3rd, 2016  
Wonderful image I love that you filled the frame.
posted January 3rd, 2016  
lovely shot.. love the white on black
posted January 4th, 2016  
Fav. shot of this lovely Calla flower
posted January 4th, 2016  
Delicate and lovely!!
posted January 5th, 2016  
Dramatic capture and editing!
posted January 5th, 2016  
Gorgeous on black and the heart shape is lovely..
posted March 15th, 2016  
@bethshepherd - Digging into my past. Thank you for the kind words! シ
posted March 16th, 2016  
In South Africa we call that an Arum Lily. In Afrikaans it's called Varkblom which translates to PigFlower because it grows in marshy areas where pigs would forage.
posted January 4th, 2017  
These flowers always make me remember of Robert Mapplethorpe Photos. Very nice.
posted April 2nd, 2017  
very nice capture and simplicity
posted August 20th, 2017  
@lovingandsharing - Wow you really went back into the time vault to find this one. Thanks for the kind comment,
posted August 20th, 2017  
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