This week's assignment - Create a sense of depth by using space in the background and a shallow depth of field (where the background is blurred).
https://traveltalk.me.uk/2020/07/05/2020-photo-challenge-27/

July’s theme / technique: Being Creative with Space
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11 responses to “Wordless Wednesday: First open orchid & 2020 Photo Challenge #27”

  1. Aletta - nowathome Avatar

    Dis so mooi Ineke!

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    1. scrapydo2.wordpress.com Avatar

      Dankie dit was sommer op die ingewing van die oomblik geneem. Die plant bly steeds baie spesiaal vir my omdat ek hom uit sy doodgaan gered het en toe het ek amper dit self laat gebeur ook. Skoondogter het hom mooi getroetel.

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  2. Dr Christa van Staden Avatar

    Pragtig, was die nlomme op my troue.

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    1. scrapydo2.wordpress.com Avatar

      Eks baie lief vir orgidee. My suster het gekweek en ek het my eie klein versamelinkie gehad van verskillende soorte.

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      1. Dr Christa van Staden Avatar

        Ek ook en net as ek dink dat ek goed is, laat ek hulle vrek.

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        1. scrapydo2.wordpress.com Avatar

          Eks nie regtig n plante ou nie. Het twee plante gered by my vriendin . Hul moes eintlik uitgeplant word maar ek het dit nie gedoen omdat orgidee pot bound moe wees om goed te doen.

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  3. Heyjude Avatar

    Lovely! Thanks for sharing with me 😊

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    1. scrapydo2.wordpress.com Avatar

      Thanks, you are welcome!

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  4. Sheree Avatar

    I’d say you nailed the challenge – lovely photo.

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