Orchid 6

Posted by
karla (Omaha, United States) on 15 April 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

The ear??...

NIKON D300 5/2 seconds F/11.0 ISO 200 105 mm

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Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Remarkable high key beauty.

15 Apr 2011 11:38am

@Curly: Thanks, Curly! Thanks for visiting! I hope this is not getting boring for people. There is are two more macros in this series.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

A wonderful wash of light and white here . .

15 Apr 2011 12:32pm

@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks, Ronnie. The flower is a complicated marvel. One more macro tomorrow, and on Sunday, the Finale! [for now, anyway]

Frida from Sweden

So delicate and beautiful.

15 Apr 2011 1:34pm

@Frida: Thank you, Frida. Thanks for the visit and your comment. Two more to go. The blossoms are so complicated, I had to keep exploring with the camera.

Thea from Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Wonderful tones and shapes..love the colored details!

15 Apr 2011 5:41pm

@Thea: Thank you, Thea! There is so much going on with an orchid.

Rick from Toronto, Canada

I love this delicate detail, wrapped in a halo of warm light.

15 Apr 2011 6:28pm

@Rick: Thanks, Rick, for your warm words!

franz from Baden, Austria

oh wow, this is too good to be true! an orgy in white! excellent, and very difficult to achieve!

15 Apr 2011 9:13pm

@franz: Thanks, Franz! :) There are alternative framing choices for this plant that I have yet to dream of.

Becky from los angeles, United States

gorgeous - soft - delicate.

16 Apr 2011 2:39am

@Becky: Thanks, Becky, for your comment.

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

Terrific! Wonderful soft tones and light.

16 Apr 2011 7:19am

@✿ Anina ✿: Thanks! Photographing the orchid in my kitchen turned out to be the best place in terms of lighting.

Twojays from Emigrant, United States

the orchid series is just luscious. You can just lose yourself in the soft femininity of them.

19 Apr 2011 12:27am

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

Yes, definitely!

21 Apr 2011 9:28am

NIKON D300
5/2 seconds
F/11.0
ISO 200
105 mm

phalaenopsis
orchid
white
macro