The annual orchid exhibit at the local conservatory is coming to an end as of this Easter Sunday. It was fun going to see the gorgeous orchids but it was more fun interacting with the wonderful people I encountered while there. There was the sweet Gahana Senior Center group that I had to chase down to re-take their pictures after I goofed big time on some settings leaving me with nothing (I still cringe when I think about that moment). I shared a lunch table with a woman who had come down from up north to visit a child in college; a complete stranger but we had a lovely time chatting. And of course there was my favorite – the little flower fairy skipping through the flowers. So as a fond farewell to this years show, here are a few more pictures of the wonderful orchids.
All different and all beautiful… just like us. Have a happy and blessed Easter weekend.
Happy Easter to you and DH !!! Teri, these photos are exquisite!!! You go girl!!!
Awww shucks! Thanks, David. Happy Easter to you and Sharon.
Each one of these photos is worthy of being framed and hung up to admire! Gorgeous photos today… and have a wonderful Easter!! xoxo
Thank you very much, Smidge. Some of them will be featured in my online stores very soon. Happy Easter to you and yours and I still admire your mad egg coloring skills 🙂
they are such beautiful flowers
Thank you! It is very peaceful to walk in any garden. I highly recommend it.
Well, you were right. These orchids are beautiful and if they’re any indication, that must’ve been one heckuva show! This was a great 3-part series, Teri. Thanks for taking us along and have a wonderful Easter!
You are most welcome, John. Happy Easter to you too and ummmmm you know I will be pestering you later for the names of some of these. Pretty pretty please with ricotta on top?
Beautiful photos, great clarity and detail!
Thank you. It was great fun going there.
You were right TD, these new pics are just breathtaking! They are definitely frame worthy. I love orchids but i’m “afraid” of them in the sense that they take a lot of work. The perfect amount of light, water, and temperature is what they need, and I am a rough and ready gardener. If the flower and the plants are strong survivors than I’m their caretaker, if not, they need to come to your house where the touch is kinder and gentler. 🙂 Very lovely!
Now they do have some now that are called ice cube orchids (I think) that just get 3 ice cubes a week and sun and that is pretty much it. I am happy that you like the photos. Now that spring is here I can move on to other flowers.
Orchids are my favorite type of flower! They look so exotic and I love all the different colors they come in. So beautiful! 🙂
They are one of the most amazing flowers in the world to me. I love them too. Thanks for stopping by.
Pretty, pretty, pretty.