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Monkey on White

By Terry L    
Monkey Orchid Orchis simia taken at KWT Park Gate Down

Fanciful monkey-like flowers, borne in cylindrical heads; unlike other orchids the flowers open in succession from the top downwards and are vanilla scented.

Flower shot in situe against an opaque white perspex background, using flash from behind to create the pure white. No plants were disturbed during the creation of this image.

Tags: Panasonic Kent Orchid Monkey Flowers and plants G6 Wildlife and nature Orchis simia

Voters: Suzicoo, ColleenA, trevaze and 29 more

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ColleenA Plus
5 367 6 Australia
1 Jun 2014 3:48PM
What a magnificent orchid. Love your bg technique. Great photography and presentation

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1 Jun 2014 3:58PM
A great presentation .I like it.
TonyDy Plus
9 10 3 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2014 4:06PM
Lovely shot, Terry.
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2014 4:46PM
Beautifully worked...

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
1 Jun 2014 5:34PM
A very Pro piece of work Terry, great presentation.

DonMc 9 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2014 6:11PM
Excellent image beautifully presented Terry!Smile
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
1 Jun 2014 6:27PM
A beautiful presentation. Carol
1 Jun 2014 6:41PM
Beautiful image and presentation..Lin
tomcat 12 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2014 6:44PM
More top stuff from your stable Terry

JohnoP 12 2
1 Jun 2014 9:28PM
You do these so well Terry! Beautiful work! Smile John
Greyheron 16 282 7 England
2 Jun 2014 9:35AM
Beautiful work Terry, glad you made it to PGD Smile

Surrounded by Orchids up here, even around the Water Mill we're staying in...! All in bud, but at least a month behind the south...!!!

Wedding went well - hope the B&G like the images...The 'little cameras' worked a treat Wink


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