- LordPotty (12503)
- [2005-03-02 3:08]
This is great Jan. It's always good to see wild orchids in their natural environment.
Your note is very well written.You've gone to a lot of trouble here and it has paid off.Well done.
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-03-02 3:48]
Thank you Jan for this pretty photo. I love flowers and I'm happy you shared it with me!
Beautiful presentation Jan! Lovely, sunny, colorful shots. Very informative note. I'm asking as always ;-) - how is orchid in Czech? In Polish we call it Orchidea or Storczyk. Thanks for sharing!
- AdrianW (710)
- [2005-03-02 5:17]
Nice shots! You've captured these two specimens of D.sambucina very well. Nice to see polymorphism so clearly illustrated, and the note explains it well. Technically no significant comments to make, other than maybe a bit less JPEG compression next time - the yellow-flowered shot has noticeable artifacting around the top of the florets. The fact that it's missing on the left hand shot makes me think that maybe a little more DOF would be useful there. I really should get around to uploading some of my orchid shots at some point... Anyway, nice shots, and a useful note - good work :-D
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-03-02 6:59]
Your different presentation took my attention!I liked both,but purple a little more...TFS
- thistle (9282)
- [2005-03-02 14:43]
Beautiful photos of beautiful flowers.
Great idea for this post and very nice note.
Details and colours are very nice shown.
I like it very much.
- livios (16942)
- [2005-03-12 21:35]
Jan, beautiful photos and compositions. Colors, on both, are great.