A Dwarf Greenhood Orchid (Pterostylis nana) that I photographed near Huntly in Victoria. This fragile native Orchid was less than 10 cm in height and very difficult to spot on the forest floor. EXIF: Canon EOS 30D : 1/250 sec : f/5 : 100 mm : ISO 100
|Canon EOS 30D|
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to keep her fragility intact...wonderful capture David :)
Lorraine on 7th August 2007 @ 8:59pm
What an interesting specimen. Glad you spotted this. It looks almost like a little creature holding its arms up in joy, happy to have its photo taken. :-)
Alice on 8th August 2007 @ 12:48am
It's such a strangely beautiful flower. So delicate It seems as if the slightest breeze could destroy it.
Laurie on 8th August 2007 @ 7:34am
manju on 9th August 2007 @ 12:24am
Crikey (sorry probably should not say that anymore)...looks like a striking insect.
jasp on 9th August 2007 @ 7:09am
Really amazing orchid! Good macro shot.
Tiziano on 9th August 2007 @ 9:35am