Nature photography, plants and ornamentals and other interesting animal encounters from travels
Andrea, Sometimes you think, think and think and come up with 10 photos. I scroll, scroll and scroll and wonder how to summarize my comments. Then, on Wednesdays, like most bloggers do, you expect us to fill up the story for you with only one photo. The only good thing about Wordless Wednesdays is that it doesn't usually follow with Wordless Replies. Thank Goodness!
Such a pretty catleya! Is a different feeling whenever I see a white orchid. They look so different as compared with rest of coloured ones.
Hi One - i can't wait for more comments here before responding to you, you really make my day. I laughed so loudly with your comment, and serendipitously i was in your post while you're here. hahaha! I don't post often to WW, because i love to talk. And this is the first time i posted only one photo. So it's good that we can talk in the comment portion even if it is a Wordless Wednesday, yes thank goodness.
Ah! A drenched beauty.
Wow.. A beautiful catleya orchid.. =)) I simply adore orchids... and hibiscus.. and roses. Hehe.. justr sharing. =)Anyway, here's mine.. I do hope you could visit back and drop a comment, too. Thanks a bunch!! =))http://neneleah30.blogspot.com/2010/10/sophie-wordless-wednesday.html
I love cattleyas and Lady Slippers the most. This white cattleya is so simple, yet elegant and gorgeous.
Thank you for taking my words lightly. I thought I could be too 'commentful'. You have all the right to decide on the length of your posts.
Andrea,At first look I thought this was a daffodil then I saw the leaves and knew it was an orchid. Lovely one at that!
What a lovely photo, Andrea! Very pretty! :-)
I read One's comment and that reminded me of exactly what I felt about Wordless Wednesdays when I first started blogging. No words...but that sole pic makes you talk, talk, talk!Stunning orchid! White ones aren't commonly seen around here.
Wordless Wednesdays are for blog writers to be creative and show that a picture really speaks a thousand words. However, if you visit WW entries, you shall see some queer ones where we don't understand what the picture is trying to say! This orchid of pure white looks like crystal flowers. It also reminds me of frost and snow white.
Thanks for stopping by, AndreaI really like your blog!
What a lovely white orchid. I like how you captured water droplets on it/
With those water droplet, it is simply stunning!
Thank you everyone for visiting and commenting a lot here, although i only put one photo. I am surely inspired by what you are telling me...and i definitely visits your sites...if i will not forget! hahaha!
Your comments inspire me to post more, and our conversations make life and gardening more meaningful. However, Anonymous comments and personal back links give me problems, so i don't publish them. Anonymous + back links = SPAM = DELETE