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Latest phal addition; violacea back cross

This is a discussion on Latest phal addition; violacea back cross within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; That is a beauty. How did you get the light so perfect in your photo? ...

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    That is a beauty. How did you get the light so perfect in your photo? Great shot!

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    I opened my laptop and put the pot in a tray before the turned off screen and took a few shots. Then I picked the best looking shot. There's really not much photography skill to it I tried to capture both the blooms in one shot but they didn't come out as good.

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    That is a beauty. How did you get the light so perfect in your photo? Great shot!
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    Eric, the flowers are both on the same spike and it looks like there was a third bloom in between that got knocked off or dried. I hope the spike will continue to grow but it does look quite dry so it might not.

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    you past that up the first time???? It is SWEET!!!!

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    Wish my grocery store sold these Haven't seen coloring like that on a phal before. I like the yellow edges.

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