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This is a discussion on My jungle trip within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Last week,my family and I went to Cameron Highland for vacation. During the trip, managed ...
Last week,my family and I went to Cameron Highland for vacation. During the trip, managed to find time to capture wild orchids and some which are grown by homestay owner. Hope u guys enjoy them as much as I do and sorry if pics take some time to download
Pics taken at and around homestay
Great shots abiom. Ashamed to say that on my last trip to the Cameron Highlands in Aug I only visited 2 orchid nurseries and didn't explore or go for jungle walks. It was raining most of the time we were there- my wife and I. I didn't even go to Mr Tai's place to see the wild orchid collection. But we had a good rest.
Thanks for posting pictures of the wild orchids.
Thanks Yew. It was raining every day too when we were there. Luckily, we still managed to go to interesting places like waterfall.For first time, I brought along my wife and kids for jungle trekking along the stream. A short walk, but now I can show my kids the wonders of nature. Here are some photos taken during that trip.
So many sp on this tree
Flickingeria and dendro sp
Flickingeria on tree covered with thick moss
NOID bulbo sp
NOID 2 sp of orchids
On 2nd day of our vacation, we went frm morning to evening to interesting places and of course, shooting wild orchids. Here are some photos to share with u
By roadside and along golf course trek #1
Big clump of Flickingeria sp
thanks for all the situ pix!!!
Thanks for the pics abiom, love those orchids to be in my garden. hehehe
I like the bulbo with small yellow flowers, its like a fireworks.
I really enjoy those photos. Thanks.