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This is a discussion on Photo diary from my forest trips to see orchids within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; ...
I am very much impressed by your photos.
You know, I am collecting orchids to keep them on my windowsill.
When I see what they really would need I understand why some of them give up…
On the other hand it is amazing too, how they can be kept with some luck and feeling.
Thank you very much indeed for your pictures!
beautiful! truly nothing beats mother nature! thank you Lord for this beauts!
love the cymbidiums!
Thank you very much for your viewing and your comment, when you see orchid in the wild you will now what is the real that each species need and you will try to provide as much as they need in your garden. And of course all species that need special condition then you will know that you will take to your garden or not.
I'm 100% agree with Muja "nothing beats mother nature!"
Last weekend I visited another site. It also very nice trip especial the all the valleys where I pass. Most of orchid in this trip were the same last trip but still somehow nice.
This is Prunus salicina
It all on the way in the forest. The main flower season it will look like "white valleys"