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Amesiella monticola

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    Default Amesiella monticola


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    I love this species and need to get one...pure white with a long spur and large flower on a small plant.

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    That looks so magical - as if being lit by moonlight. Stunning photo! Is the spur of the bloom 'green'?

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    Fun bloom, looks forest floor wild-flower-like to me!

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    Default Thank you, guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by mtequine View Post
    Fun bloom, looks forest floor wild-flower-like to me!
    To achieve that, I used only one light source, and I held the lamp with the diffuser close to the flower so that the surroundings are not illuminated. Hence the stray-beam-of-moonlight effect.

    Yes BD, it is light green.

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