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This is a discussion on Photos from a beginner. within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I purchased my first orchid in March and from the start it was a mystery. ...
I purchased my first orchid in March and from the start it was a mystery. No blooms yet, just a few buds and no identification tag. It was tucked off to the side away from the other blooming species. I felt sorry for it so I rescued it! Since then, it has bloomed completely but I still don't know what I have. If anyone can identify it, that would be great.
One morning, an interesting lighting effect took place with the sunlight. I managed to catch the bloom at just the right moment. From there I zoomed in to create interesting abstract images.
Beautiful Phal and great photos. Thank you for sharing them with us.
Yep, even I recognized it as a phalaenopsis. Just don't know the name of it, thus, it's still a NOID (no ID).
I just love the pretty pink patterns on the edges. Soooooooo very pretty!!
It's lovely! I love the delicate markings on the edges.
It may be difficult to identify, but you might try checking with the place you got if from if it is an orchid nursery.
I love her bright red lipstick .
Wow beautiful Phalaenopsis!!! the markings are truly unique.
Beautiful phals and great photos too, thank you for sharing.
Pretty phal and nice photography.