In the header – Cattleya Ginny ”Prince”. Don’t we all love flowers? Visit Cee or join in with a flower post here. Cattleyas are my absolute favourite orchids. This one has a delicate scent…floating through my rooms when in flower. It is budding right now. This beauty belongs to a very dear friend of […]Read Post ›
For Cee’s challenge – flowers! And a Danish house, of course. Join in for some great colours! Phalaenopsis Orchid. In the header, Gloriosa.
I have been nominated by my friend Sue, at WordsVisual, to take part in a challenge of a photo per day for seven days, of anything from the natural world. And every day I should nominate a new member. Cypripedium calceolus is a lady’s-slipper orchid growing wild in Sweden, and very much unlike other wild orchids […]Read Post ›
Time for my pot plants to wake up from their winter sleep… …and some porcelain birds as well. So, I shot these with my new ”dog walking” camera – a Panasonic Lumix TZ70. My old Canon suddenly got a white spot inside the lens, (I could see it clearly, and the photos got a big […]Read Post ›
The Queen of the Night (Nattens drottning, Selenicereus grandiflorus) and The Princess of the Night (Nattens Princessa, Epiphyllum oxypetalum) are two species both flowering during night time. Both of them with big, white flowers emitting showers of exquisite scent. The flowers are almost identical, but the stems are different. My flower – the epiphyllum originates […]Read Post ›
WordPress – Grid, make it the most important in your photo. Well, grids are not always manmade – you find nature’s grids everywhere…My choice fell on a Vanda, a remarkable Asian orchid, intensely coloured with a splendid grid. This Vanda I found standing in Denmark, outside a hotel. For more grids – click here.
Flare for Sylvain Landry this week. No starry sun in this one – but still, a flare..
Who doesn´t love purple? Here some of the orchids on Alvaret, Öland, Sweden. Please go to Cee´s page for more!