Water lilies are called Seerosen (lake roses) in German.
It's interesting to me that the English language chose to use "lily" and the German chose to use "rose" when giving a name to the flowering plants from Asia-Pacific which belong to the Nymphaeaceae family.
Unfortunately since I was so enthralled with the waterlilies, I completely forgot to capture the information with the latin name and origin of these waterlilies.
The captures with a mirrored reflection I liked the best and posted above.
My favorite painter is Claude Monet and his painting of the water lilies have always been my favorite ever since I was a little girl in grade school.
Growing up in Chicago, our school frequently made a field trip to the Chicago Art Institute which has approx 30 Claude Monet paintings and a large number of paintings of the water lilies. If you get a chance to go to Chicago, you can check out the special Monet exhibit https://www.artic.edu/exhibitions/9036/monet-and-chicago .
At first I tried to apply the pointillize filter in Photoshop to one waterlily capture, however, it didn't look anything like a Monet so I tried a different filter - the result is the last photo in the series.