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Blc Colorguard

This is a discussion on Blc Colorguard within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I'm rather proud of this one. The flowers look good. I've seen a bunch of ...

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    I'm rather proud of this one. The flowers look good. I've seen a bunch of Colorguard's lately and the flower shape hasn't been very good on them. <p><img src="http://image.inkfrog.com/pix/sandyv63/blc_colorguard.jpg"><p>

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    Woo hoo! Nice one, sandy. I just think Cattleyas are the most amazing things: they have absolutely no shame about being flamboyant, boistrous-looking, and completely over the top!

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    If you're not going to be big, bold and gaudy, what's the point? I rarely even look at small flowering orchids because there's not enough to keep me interested. I want big, floofy flowers with lots of color. I don't care if orange and pink clash; it looks good on a big, ostentatious Catt. Someday someone is going to breed a big, beautiful rainbow Catt and name her 'Over the Top', in honor of all us Catt lovers who are WAY over the top.<p>

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