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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Dale, Jun 4, 2009.
You're going to make me crazy with the new lens of yours.:bang:
Any chance of a DNA shot? I'd settle for a ribosome. thanks
I can see it's naughty bits!
Gorgeous, Dale. Great pics.
I forgot what lens the new macro is.
Care to remind me?
Canon Macro Photo MP-E 65mm f/2.8
I would make a mental note of this, but I already have the page bookmarked.:bang:
*hands Marni a bullet*
Wow. Didn't realize it went beyond 1:1. Plus that lens is crispy sharp. Kind of puts my Tamron 90 f/2.8 to shame.
Thank you Dale
Dale your photos and flowers are spectacular! Thank you!
This is one species I must add to my collection. I have been saying that for some time now but for whatever reason I never do...that will have to change now!
Wowzissima. I've been out of the loop for a while, and your camerawork has surpassed your prior superlative standards.
Like Tom, I've been looking to add this for a while, based on my success over the last year with L. calodictyon. Would you say that their care is similar enough that not killing the one means I'm semi-unlikely to kill the other?
"Would you say that their care is similar enough that not killing the one means I'm semi-unlikely to kill the other?"
Yep. Both are low elevation species. Good to see you Eliana!
Thanks, Dale - good to see you too! And the next telipogoniflora I see will be mine, ha!
That is one cool flower and that lens is amazing!