Life in Color: Yellow Orchids

Last week I spent a lot of time in the Orchid Garden at Naples Botanical Garden. It was 8 in the morning and in most places there wasn’t strong sunlight so I had lots of fun and ended up with lots of photos to filter through, delete or keep, and process. And I found lots of yellow orchids to post in response to Jude’s monthly challenge “Life in Colour: Yellow.” Use the link to join in the fun as many times as you like during the month of February.

29 thoughts on “Life in Color: Yellow Orchids

  1. I wish I lived closer to a botanical garden, not that any are open at the moment. I love your orchids – there are so many different shapes and forms and colours – I particularly like the yellow and purple combination.


    • The garden I go to has timed entrance that has to be reserved and members can get in at 8:00. This morning Jim & I only saw 2 other visitors before about 9:30. It was very easy to social distance and whenever people got close to each other masks were put on. We felt very safe and really enjoyed being able to get out.

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        • I forgot that in northern places gardens are closed for the season. That is why we go south for the winter now that we are retired. I fear my brain is turning to mush with the virus fears and our horrible political situation.

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        • Going south sounds like a good idea. We had thought about a month in southern Europe over winter before this Covid virus screwed any travel plans up.


  2. Such beautiful photos, Pat. I loved visiting Botanical Gardens when I lived in Dublin and Edinburgh, despite the seasonal changes, there was always something beautiful to see and capture. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Aiva πŸ™‚ xxx

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