Pleurothallids and the rest. When WordPress resizes a photo to fit in a column, it usually mutes the colors just enough to annoy me. To see a picture with the colors I intended, click on it to engage the gallery software. To see it full-size … Continue readingOrchid Show, November 3-4, 2018 V
Dendrobium and Oncidium.
Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium and Bulbophyllum.
Angraecum, Phalaenopsis, Vanda and kin at the Kansas Orchid Society show at Botanica in Wichita.
Cattleya alliance at the Kansas Orchid Society show at Botanica in Wichita.
At Botanica in Wichita. I get tired of lugging the tripod along on photo expeditions, so I’ve been looking for alternative methods of taking close-ups. All but the last picture here were taken with an inexpensive but quite nice 18-55mm zoom lens, with a diffuser … Continue readingOrchid society meeting, October 21
At the Kansas Orchid Society meeting at Botanica. The lighting in the hall was miserable, so I needed to use the camera’s built-in flash. As usual, click to embiggen and see with better color.
An unnamed Phalaenopsis hybrid. The label says Dtps ________ (Blessed ‘Walnut Valley’ HCC 76 pts x Phal Talsuco Date ‘Max’ HCC 77 pts) BKR/MCT SC1511 Unflasked 09/29/2012 “Dtps” is the abbreviation for “Doritaenopsis,” i.e., a hybrid between Doritis pulcherrima and a Phalaenopsis. However, the genus … Continue readingPhalaenopsis, again
A couple of recent acquisitions. Look closely. I got a little something extra with this one. And yet another view of my Phalaenopsis equestris. Some alien-looking seedlings of Leuchtenbergia principis. This one was composed from 113 separate images. And a Nigella. Update: Now in stereo.