Orchid

By crookymonsta
I've been playing with an old image and wonder if you prefer the first or second. This was one of my orchids, sadly it's never flowered quite a profusely since.

Tags: Flowers and plants

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tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2013 6:47PM
V1 for me Sandra

A simple, but very effective imageSmile

Adrian

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CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
13 Jan 2013 6:47PM
V.2 for me, Sandra, but only just, both are excellent presentations. Carol
13 Jan 2013 6:47PM
I am for V2 with this beauty
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
13 Jan 2013 7:00PM
Very beautiful. I am going for v1
Got to be V2
13 Jan 2013 7:08PM
Is this a photograph or a very detailed japanese painting? Or a photograph of a very detailed japanese painting? Joking aside, it's a stunning image. Don
13 Jan 2013 7:13PM
Don, I absolutely promise it's a genuine photograph, must have had one of my better days when I took it!
Rock Plus
13 10 2 England
13 Jan 2013 7:19PM
Simply Wonderful !

Rock
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2013 7:50PM
Two beautiful images Sandra one for the LRPS???
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.5k 148 England
13 Jan 2013 7:53PM
Just to be awkward I like the more saturated v2 but with the cloning out of the flower as in v1 TongueGrinGrin

Dave
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1785 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2013 7:59PM
Nice overall detail, Sandra. V2 is my preference, with the extra depth, but would like to see the flower removed, as in V1, as Dave says.
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
14 Jan 2013 5:32AM
I prefer v2 for the richer and warmer tones

Peter
DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
14 Jan 2013 8:59AM
Both are excellent but for me it has to be V.2 by a whisker. Smile


David.
ChiliMan Plus
9 135 17 Singapore
15 Jan 2013 10:15AM
I must say I prefer V2. There's more detail and the tones are lusher. That aside, oh...my...word...BEAUTIFUL SHOT of this stunning Phalaenopsis, Sandra.

As for why it hasn't flowered as well, it might be 'cos they were fed hormones/boosters before to make them very showy. Once they're not on the same diet anymore, they're less 'enthusiastic' Sad

Andrew
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
19 Jan 2013 3:57PM
I think that v2 has more depth to it. Very, very beautiful image.

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