Thursday, 2 July 2015

More Orchids

Chalk Fragrant Orchid (White)


Chalk Fragrant Orchid (Pink)




Frog Orchid





Bee Orchid





Pyramidal Orchid



30 comments:

  1. Roy Thes are so beautiful adn such a variety in that area. of course your photography of them is brilliant.

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  2. Our local wildflower meadows really lack these

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    1. They only like certain soils Simon.

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  3. prachtig om zoveel mooie wilde orchids te zien

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  4. Stunning set of Orchids, I do like the first white one, not seen before, great photos..
    Amanda xx

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  5. A good selection, and some nice specimens you've got there Roy, it's been a very poor showing for Orchids around my patch this year, I think I'll have to make the effort to travel further afield to find them next year!...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, it appears to have been a good year for all flowers up here.

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  6. Oh làlà Roy, quelle belle série, c'est merveilleux. la lumière est superbe, grand bravo.

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  7. Gorgeous photos of the orchids!

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  8. Hey Roy... Just stunning. One doesn't see flowers any lovelier then wildflowers. The Bee orchids is wonderful.

    Grace

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  9. Hi Roy,
    What a glorious series on orchids, many of which I discover since we don't have them here :)
    'Frog' orchid is a funny name!!
    The white ones are stunning too!
    Enjoy your sunday :)

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    1. Thanks Noushka. Yes, I can't see a Frog there either.

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  10. What pretty flowers! That Bee Orchid looks like a tiny version of our Lady's Slippers!

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    1. They are quite unusual Kathie and they don't grow so well some years.

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  11. Lovely pictures of your orchids Roy, I have not seen the Frog orchid, new one for me to look out for :-)

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    1. Thanks Lyn, I didn't know they existed until someone pointed them out.
      I wouldn't have thought they were an Orchid at all.

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  12. What a great variety!...
    We don´t see any of those around here, in the fields...

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    1. Thanks Ana, I only know two locations to find these.

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