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Some are more photogenic than others...

This is a discussion on Some are more photogenic than others... within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; they become favorite subjects. Not fair, isn't it. For the next plant below, I wish ...

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    Default Some are more photogenic than others...

    they become favorite subjects. Not fair, isn't it.

    For the next plant below, I wish I had the opportunity to take a photo earlier. The bloom is almost withered.

    I like the pristine whiteness of D. secundum var album.

    Like light bulbs in the night sky.

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    I almost thought the bulbo. inunctum was a paph/phrag,
    so I can see how it could become one of my favorites, too.

    They are all very pretty,
    but I wouldn't mind seeing a second shot, or too,
    of the inunctum.
    Good growing, and great photos,
    thanks for sharing, ntgerald.

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    I really like the transluscence you captured in the first D secundum. Beautiful pics here, NT, no doubt about it.

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    Default Thank you, guys.

    Louis, the D. secundum blooms are tiny. The open front part has a diameter of maybe half a cm. only.
    Er....did I tell you I like white blooms...

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    Oh yes , very nice blooms.I especially like the Bulbo(new 1 for me).

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    Very beautiful blooms!

    Cheers!
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