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Phal's that are still in boom :D

This is a discussion on Phal's that are still in boom :D within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; u know what orchids look like to me, birds... lol.. well the moth orchid anyway...

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    u know what orchids look like to me, birds... lol.. well the moth orchid anyway

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    The green yellow one is very nice

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    Very nice pictures, Dani! (Oh dear, it sounds just like a line from SW: TPM.)
    Great shading and no color bleaching! (Didn't know that you could do that!) What kind of light did you use? Flash or all natural light?

    I really like the yellow and the spotted/pink ones. I think the pinked/lightly spotted one (that follows the yellow phal picture) is drop-dead gorgeous! Do you have a name for it?

    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoa Tony Nguyen
    Very nice pictures, Dani! (Oh dear, it sounds just like a line from SW: TPM.)
    Great shading and no color bleaching! (Didn't know that you could do that!) What kind of light did you use? Flash or all natural light?

    I really like the yellow and the spotted/pink ones. I think the pinked/lightly spotted one (that follows the yellow phal picture) is drop-dead gorgeous! Do you have a name for it?

    Cheers. Hoa.

    Hey Hoa, no i dont have names for any of these at all, i wish i did tho.. damn venders for not adding the names..

    But i'm sad to report that the yellow one broke tho its ok,, cause i still have another spike on that plant AND i have a few other plants that look like they are comming into spike and a few that are blooming, and yet to fully open the light that i use... well the light that i use on some of the pics are flash

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