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Dendrobium polytrichum and a close relative

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    Nice close ups. That frilly lip is unique

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    Nelson, I tend to prefer the higher light shots, but the crystalline petals in the low light shots are also amazing - which do you prefer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Nelson, I tend to prefer the higher light shots, but the crystalline petals in the low light shots are also amazing - which do you prefer?

    Julie
    Personally I prefer them not so dark, but in this instance the well-lighted ones were not as sharp, so I opted to save these.

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