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Hit EXPLORE on Sunday day, 5th April, 2009 Highest Position At #123 THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!
Found this in one of my data... I think it look like A Sport Car going for F1...SoO I think should be 'Dancing Lady' F1
These pink fuchsias were taken in Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, Scotland.
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Explore #132, 13th June 2011
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Orchid Show at the NY Botanical Garden
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A little suprise to my lovley friend Filo. If I should delete it, say it.
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Common Name: Dancing lady orchid
Botanical name: Oncidium excavatum
So I knew what I wanted but have no idea how to get it - that's nothing new.
But fiddling with it during a telephone conversation 'I had to have', took it to a point there was no coming back from. Sorry therefore if I offend the following for using their textures..
nicolas_gent; KerstinFrankart; and ellenvd [and my papercombo].
But you know what- it's warmed me up a bit looking at it, and with a wind [straight from the Antarctic?] blowing through my open house right now- I reckon I may have what I was looking for after all! :0)
Viper showing his moves to Dobermann female. Terrible quality, had to crop alot :(
:) Explored January 6, 2009
Hope, one day you become a mom and be as happy.
Best wishes to all moms.
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another piece I made with my wacom.
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Yesterday was our Christmas fun day at golf followed by a beautiful lunch. On a plate of brandy snaps were these two beautiful orchids. I also notice that I did not remove the icing sugar on the yellow petals!!!!!! I chased the maker of the brandy snaps (they were beautiful) and she said that she had grown this orchid at home, it is absolutely covered in flowers at present and it is called "Dancing Lady"
A friend of my Mother in laws at the assisted living apts. sent this to Mom for a house warming !! It is so beautiful and I have never seen anything like it.. We are not sure how to take care of it..but wow..is it pretty.
Wydler's Dancing-lady Orchid (Oncidium altissimum)