Orchid Show 2018

The New York Botanical Garden is showcasing it’s 16th annual Orchid Show and is an  excellent place to photograph orchids. I try to go every year because I love orchids and there is always a different theme. It never gets old or disappoint as thousands of these beautiful orchids are showcased in the conservatory to celebrate their beauty every spring.  Here are a few from my collection this year designed by Belgian floral artist Daniel Ost.

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15 Comments Add yours

  1. Ramyarecipes says:

    Beautiful shots, it’s my favorite flower

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    1. L Young says:

      Thank you. They are my favorite too.

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  2. vietnamtravelandculture says:

    Reblogged this on Vietnam Travel & Trade Portal .

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    1. L Young says:

      Awesome! Thanks

      Like

  3. vietnamtravelandculture says:

    I really like your photos!

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    1. L Young says:

      Thank you so much.

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  4. Excellent photos, captured so much beauty!

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  5. My most favorite flower in the world!Beautiful.

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    1. L Young says:

      Aww. Thanks so much Tamara

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      1. You’re most welcome L😊

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  6. Wow! The purple orchids in the bottom photo are incredible.

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    1. L Young says:

      Thanks josh! You can see more orchids on my store http://www.bellacapturephotography.net

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    1. L Young says:

      Awesome! Thanks moorezart.

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