That looks normal to me.
Remember, when the buds emerge they will try to orient themselves so that the flowers present the labellum on the bottom, and the tepals in a near vertical plane.
They do this by minutely regulating how much each portion of the flower stem grows (most notably the ovary section). Sort of like muscles, but the growth only goes one way.
They use both sunlight and gravity to determine if the flowers are orienting themselves properly.
It is important not to move the plant around too much at this stage as it could lead to disoriented flowers (crooked, labellum up, etc).