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Cymbidium (Orchid)

Es una de las más populares y deseadas orquídeas del mundo debido a sus bellas flores. Estas plantas se han cultivado desde hace miles de años, especialmente en la antigua China. Cymbidium se hizo popular en Europa durante la época victoriana. Uno de los hechos que la hace tan popular es que puede sobrevivir a temperaturas bajas (se recomienda no bajar de los 5ºC, si bien es cierto que aguantan hasta los 0ºC)Lo que más aprecian los aficionados a la orquicultura en climas templados es que florecen en el invierno, cuando pocas otras orquídeas lo hacen. Solamente unas pocas especies de Cymbidium se crían en vivero, debido a la popularidad de los híbridos. La mayoría de especies puras solamente se pueden encontrar en jardines botánicos o en su hábitat natural. WIKIPEDIA

This is the first rose I have seen in flower in Dublin this year . . . and the nicest scented one I have come across for a very long time. My Dublin contacts can find it on the west side of Harcourt Terrace.


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two high key flower photos. Which is your favourite?

White tulips stand for hope, purity and innocence.

For Macro Monday....

- generic stock crockery shot (try say that fast!)

The beauty of a white peacock - Fazenda do Chocolate, Itu, SP, Brasil

A calm Christmas here! This corner looks quite calm compared to the rest of the house!

White Horses of the Camargue France

This low-key still life photograph of a white rose on a black backdrop was created by Melissa Fague in late 2013 to showcase the beauty of simplicity.


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Taken at Washington Park


Taken with my Sony a65V with my Tamron SP AF60mm f/2 DI II LD (IF) 1:1 Macro Lens


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White Strawflower grew a good selection this year for the first time.

roaming free on the grounds of Los Poblanos Historic Inn...

White peacocks are not albinos; they have a genetic mutation that is known as leucism, which causes the lack of pigments in the plumage.

Thank you for taking time to view my photo and for all the comments . White peacocks are not albinos; they have a genetic mutation that is known as Leucism, which causes the lack of pigments in the plumage. Albino animals and birds have a complete lack of color and red or pink eyes while White peafowl have blue eyes. The white color appears in other domestically bred peafowl but in different quantities. Chicks are born yellow and become white as they mature, according to the Peafowl Varieties Database

Since we aren't getting much snow this season, Im digging through my archived shots for something with snow. Found this one looking southwest off County Line Road just east of Steward Illinois. Last Winter sure was great for snow shots. Every weekend we had snow and every weekend there was a fresh new look out there. This is year is kind of boring, to say the least.




None the less, to those of you on the east coast preparing to face the 2-3 foot snowy blizzard Monday into Tuesday, please be safe.


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my favorite photo, bright white sky, bright white bird. I just loved the way she looked.

With a little orange thrown in for good measure. I like the eye and beak (bill) line up. Happy Saturday! I looked, I saw, I snapped, they were off. It was a small window of opportunity for sure.

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White Sands National Monument, New Mexico - February 2014


Velvia 50 4x5, 135mm Fuji Lens

20 seconds at f32, polarizing and warming filters


The hues during this sunset were like nothing I had seen in nature before. If you haven't read my blog post on this place, check it out here: White Sands Blog Post

I intended to take a break during the whole month of April, but now I'm already back after one week absence.


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365 days in color: white - day 241


♪ ♫ White Angel, music by Florian Bur : ♪ ♫




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Impressie van het mooie lichte atrium van het Haagse stadhuis.

Architect: Richard Meier

white-headed eagle

star of a bird of prey show

(no wildlife capture)

Margerite & Senfweissling - Marguerite & Wood White


what the what? a flower? It's sunday, right.



a new CarArt work for my Dream Car garage....although my true favorite Shelby is a 1969 GT500 in this color combo, is one will do just fine for now...


from an internet image..3 jegs (-2.0, 0.0, +2.0) into CS3 hdr photo merge , then hit with Topaz plug ins....


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This tiny weed was taken at ISO2500 and severely cropped so despite Lightroom's best efforts there is a lot of noise, but I like the shapes and colours.

I used spot metering on the white of the convolvulus flower which is why the sky is an unreal blue - plus some editing and cropping in Lightroom.

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