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What wonderful colours 😀
Those orchids were gorgeous, I agree
That fills the screen. Very nice, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks, Pete….lovely orchids
Quite lovely 🙂
They’re so beautiful… Great capture, Sue! 🙂
Thank you, Ana!
Wisley glasshouse? I like photographing orchids, but can’t say I really like them as flowers, they seem too artificial to me. A nice tight composition.
No, glasshouse at Kew! I was pleased with this composition. But here were probably th most amazing ones I saw in 2014: https://suejudd.com/2015/04/14/wordless-wednesday-seen-at-wisley/
A beautiful bunch of orchids!
Oh so very stunning and gorgeous 😀
Nicely done, perfect composition.
Agree with others that this is a very pleasing composition, Sue. Nicely shot. 🙂
Thank you very much, Jane!