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In fairness, their preferred environment is not always like this. But it's the
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Nice set of photos Dave. I love the Caladenia. I can't wait to get out into
the bush again in a few weeks time. (Have to fly to Vienna on Friday).

Cheers

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On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 19:45:07 +1000, Dave Gillingham
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In fairness, their preferred environment is not always like this. But it's the
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And now I see why they grow but do not bloom like your wild one.
I do love these. Thanks for the tour. Especially the 'proof of
size', I enjoyed seeing I am not the only one caught back to the lens
of late.
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Thanks, John. You have my sympathy! Vienna must be so hard to take ;-)

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Nice set of photos Dave. I love the Caladenia. I can't wait to get out into
the bush again in a few weeks time. (Have to fly to Vienna on Friday).

Cheers

John

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On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 19:45:07 +1000, Dave Gillingham
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In fairness, their preferred environment is not always like this. But it's the
type of habitat they like.
Dave Gillingham
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And now I see why they grow but do not bloom like your wild one.
I do love these. Thanks for the tour. Especially the 'proof of
size', I enjoyed seeing I am not the only one caught back to the lens
of late.
SuE
http://orchids.legolas.org/gallery/main.php



Thanks, Sue. Yep, we can all get caught nose down & tail up.
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All business Dave with a 10 hour connect through LA!! Not my idea of fun.
Would have to be one of the worst airports in the world.

John


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Thanks, John. You have my sympathy! Vienna must be so hard to take ;-)

On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 21:34:04 +1000, "John Varigos"
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Nice set of photos Dave. I love the Caladenia. I can't wait to get out
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the bush again in a few weeks time. (Have to fly to Vienna on Friday).

Cheers

John

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