The last day for the orchids

Every year the orchid show returns to the local conservatory and I’m always there almost as soon as it opens.  This year I was everything and everywhere else but there and I almost missed it; that would’ve been a shame.  This day I made myself get out and go for what turned out to be the last day for the show too… better late than not at all.  This week I will be sharing the orchids with you…


Phalaenopsis in monochrome

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22 Responses to The last day for the orchids

  1. mickey2travel says:

    Beautiful! I’m glad you went, too!

  2. Those are stunning in B&W. Good choice.

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Delightful photo! I didn’t get any orchids this year.

  4. I love orchids. I wish we had something like that here.

  5. I’m glad you could enjoy the show. These are lovely in monochrome. Cheers!

  6. This is so beautiful! Should be an excellent print for the wall!

  7. This is so nice. Turning the image into B&W adds to the textures.

  8. Nancy says:

    This is a beauty… for some reason flowers in black and white… are even more beautiful!

  9. ChgoJohn says:

    Really beautiful shot, Teri. You can really see how they earned the nickname “moth orchids”.

  10. ventisqueras says:

    veramente splendida!

  11. Mark Myers says:

    You just wouldn’t think a black and white would do a flower justice. But this is beautiful, so rich and so much depth. Wow

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