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Paph. spicerianum bud

This is a discussion on Paph. spicerianum bud within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Another one I am waiting forever for - but in my progression shots, this one ...

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    Default Paph. spicerianum bud

    Another one I am waiting forever for - but in my progression shots, this one reminded me of the scientific in-utero photos we see of human babies. And since my orchids are my babies...
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    Wow, what a cool photo! It does kinda remind me of inside babies... or maybe man on the moon sorta... can't wait for the open bloom shot!

    great growing Sarah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bench72 View Post
    It does kinda remind me of inside babies... or maybe man on the moon sorta...
    Sure, cause they're really the same sort of thing...

    Keep us posted, Katie!

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    In some ways a big, fat, healthy bud is more fun than a bloom--it's like Christmas when all the presents are still pretty and wrapped under the tree--the anticipation is part of the fun. Great picture Sarah!

    (I'm getting worried about our dear McBlunder.)

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    hehe That is sooo cute.

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