5.05.2018

Calypso bulbosa


an early arrival


they usually don't bloom for a couple or few more weeks
in my little snow belt area

but there it was


a little Fairyslipper
Calypso Bulbosa
wild orchid
nearly open
bathing in forest light

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13 comments:

  1. Don't know this lovely flower.
    Looks quite rare.
    Nice captures.

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    1. Yes, they can be rare, but once in a while a person might find 12 in an area. Thank you.

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  2. Now that will make your heart sing! It’s amazing how uplifting a plant can be, especially for those of us who experience a long, cold winter.

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    1. Indeed it made my heart sing!
      It is wonderful how nature can uplift as it does!

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  3. Such delicacy and beauty, Tammie!

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  4. This is incredibly lovely and delicate.
    Thank you Tammie - wishing you a happy week!
    Ruby

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  5. Simply lovely. Wonderful detail!

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  6. It seems they have an eye! They are beautiful and tender!
    Have a good one, Tammie !

    Tomás.

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  7. What a sweet little beauty..gorgeous being..such lovely colors and poetic posture..thanks for sharing this majestic gem! Wishing you a magical week ahead!
    Victoria

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  8. Sooo sweet round ball flowers! I really want to touch on the soft petals.
    I have to listen to the little voice it whispers.

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie