Monday, November 5, 2007

Opening to the Light


This is an orchid, but it reminds me of an iris in the way its petals unfold. At least I know what THIS flower is! (or so the sign at the arboretum said...)

Image c 2007 Lynda Lehmann, available at http://www.lyndalehmann.com/ and soon at Imagekind!

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8 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous...love your photography. Thanks for comment on my site too. I'm so glad you liked what I had to say and that you felt you gained something from reading it. :) Your blog is really lovely...am a reader!

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  2. It DOES look like an iris! Wow! I've never seen an orchid like this! So cool! Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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  3. Miss Ladybug, I very much like the spirit of your blog, as you can surmise from my comment! And you know I'm a reader of yours, as well....

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  4. Hi Cindy,

    It was in a room marked "orchids," so I would be surprised if it were in there by mistake. I just assumed it WAS one because it was in the orchid room of the arboretum! If I'm wrong, I'll be upset that I've told everyone it's an orchid!

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  5. beautiful hues Lynda...
    I'm not too good on naming flowers either ....it looks like an orchid to me......

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  6. I'm not too good at naming anytning, Kim! My mind works best in abstraction--I'm far too right-brained!

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  7. Lynda at first I thought that you took a dive to the bottom of the ocean. This is very nice close up photo. Anna :)

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  8. The perspective offered through your orchid images reminds me that transformation is miraculous in each of us and is also ongoing. Part of my life focuses on running a photo company concerning very young children. Similar to nature photography, you can choose to capture a different part of the soul each time you peer into a lens. Images speak.

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