bill's operation orchid

Posted by
DULCIE (Danville, CA, United States) on 25 April 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

NIKON D90 1/6 second F/8.0 ISO 200 27 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Eleftheria from Athens, Greece

So wonderful! Bravo!

25 Apr 2009 8:14am

@Eleftheria: Ah, music to my ears.

"Marie" :-) from perth, Australia

Beautiful Dulcie, just beautiful.

25 Apr 2009 9:00am

@"Marie" :-): This is great encouragement!

Veronelle from Lens, France

beautifull orchid

25 Apr 2009 11:37am

@Veronelle: So glad you caught my orchid experiment. Thank you,

Sarah from Suisse, Switzerland

Lovely orchid shot - colours are so pretty.

25 Apr 2009 11:55am

@Sarah: And this from one who does "colors" so well. Thank you!

Nina from Hamburg, Germany

This is a beautiful orchid, really wonderfully captured, Dulcie.

25 Apr 2009 12:32pm

@Nina: Lovely to read your comment. Thank you.

ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

A very sensitive frame with subtle nuances. best...jerry

25 Apr 2009 2:57pm

@ordinaryimages: As a new photographer and new to macros especially, I'm grateful for your support!

LauraS from Chico, United States

Such a wonderful shot, beautiful flower, orchid.

25 Apr 2009 7:21pm

@LauraS: Thank you. Yes, this orchid has lead me to a small, more to follow. Glad you checked in!

manel from Girona, Spain

Un macro precioso. Muy bueno de luz y color.

25 Apr 2009 10:10pm

@manel: I always appreciate your feedback. Thanks so much.

Alexandra from Martinez, United States

"The Unfolding of an Orchid"

26 Apr 2009 1:23am

Scene by Sharon Photography from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

stunning shot

27 Apr 2009 10:53am

Photosanity from Folsom, United States

Beautiful phalenopsis. Gorgeous colors!

1 May 2009 5:37am

@Photosanity: I've felt your absence. Glad you have time to comment again. :-)

1/6 second
ISO 200
27 mm (35mm equiv.)