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Group shot of the paphs/phrags...

This is a discussion on Group shot of the paphs/phrags... within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; HAHA!!! Let's just see if they all bloom, first! (now *where* was that lighting discussion ...

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    HAHA!!! Let's just see if they all bloom, first!
    (now *where* was that lighting discussion again?)

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    Nice looking collection.True if they grow to specimen size your going to have to move out

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    Default Pete, about the ecua...

    Took a better pic for you...
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    Those are much better pics and I can see the sunlight coming in from the window, very good! Baby ecua looks very happy, actually they all do! However, I would make sure that their leaves don't touch other neighboring leaves but that is just me! I think as long as there is ample air flow they should be fine.

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    Yes, I thought you'd be able to see those better! They do get a good amount of sun. I will re-adjust some of the leaves, some are just hovering above or below, but look as tho they are touching...

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