Monday

I Love Orchids

It's time to share the beauty of nature again. I have here an orchid which was taken in the garden center last month. I know that this orchid has a particular name. Any idea out there. Thanks in advance. I am wishing you all a lovely Sunday and a great week ahead. Take care guys. I am just posting this before we go walking this afternoon.
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18 comments:

wenn said...

lovely flower..

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Nice color scheme on that one. I am no expert but think it might be a Pansy Flowered Orchid (Miltonia).

eileeninmd said...

Simply Gorgeous!

Quilt Works said...

What I like best is multiple shades of purple in the photo, you did a nice job with that composition

...Mystery flower!

chubskulit said...

I love orchids too!

Mine are local flowers in the Land of the Morning Calm.

guild-rez said...

Very nice picture of a lovely flower!! Great colour too!!

Coffeedoff said...

Beautiful!

pierre/magdalena said...

So lovely flowers and great shot.

Sara Chapman said...

At least when you take a photo in a garden shop, usually they have a tag with the name (but not always!), but in a neighbor's garden, there's no way of knowing. Hope someone recognizes it. Nice photo!

bobbie said...

these orchids are so delicately beautiful.

chubskulit said...

Came back for My Mellow Yellow Monday

Manang Kim said...

That looks like a Dancing Lady orchid. I love orchids!

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eden said...

beautiful orchid.

fickleinpink said...

i love orchids! they have a peculiar beauty!

glad to be back for so long! Here's today's MYM

have a great week!

momgen said...

wow it is pretty. My mom loves orchids. Happy Mellow Yellow Monday.

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Joops said...

pretty orchids!

Here's my MYM entry.

ellen said...

awesome!

dodong flores said...

I love orchids, too! We used to have different species of orchids back in the province...