New Hampshire Society Show - PHOTOS (finally!)

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Heather

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Okay, my photos aren't fabulous. Let's start with some of the good ones:

please be patient, I'm dealing with learning new photo software at the moment....

First, let's look at our show display idea, and the final result

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After:


George's plant front and center - poor dear had a bit of a fall during judging but looks great and was the plant we needed for our "conductor" - thanks G!

The Phrag. up above, Eric Young, won a CCM/AOS of 89 points.
More in a sec....
 

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The Dend. Red Emperor in the second photo was grown by the same person as the Eric Young, Jack Mulder, and also received an AM/AOS.

We sold quite a few of those at Piping Rock this weekend.

Okay, I'll work on photo size.

If people don't care, I can post some more but I'm concerned about the size. Let me see what I can do quick and dirty...
 
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I don't care about the size....I can handle it! Eric
 

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In the meantime, scroll over. Some of these were taken before we had lights up - but that one w/ the Catt. trianaei (did I get that right?) will give you an idea of what we were going for with this display - we just lucked out getting those plants in!
 

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I should have said "Dend. speciosum" I believe. I was on that clerking team - still learning, learning, learning! GREAT plant.

(Hope I got that right - correct me please if I am drastically incorrect!)
 

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Great display on that first pict. with C. trianaei in the center!, and very, very nice Dendrobium speciosum. Jean
 

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I wish I had size issues :evil:

Which editing program are you using? I edit my photos before uploading them to the web storage program.
 

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LOL!! Ron!!!

Graphic Converter (which I clearly don't know how to use!)

I used to use iPhoto but something got corrupted when I installed Leopard and the tech guru in my life has checked out.
I need to take the computer in to apple and have it all re-installed, but not today.

I'll pm you later re: the show, we've got weather issues here but I need to get on the road....(Working with Glen is GREAT! If I could resign today and do it full time I would!)
 

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Glen's plants came back from the show and I found a garbage can filled with the cut blooms when I arrived at the greenhouse today. I decided to bring a few home. This is a speciosum hybrid. I knew it was well bloomed but never counted the spikes before it left for the show.



This is Dendrochilum glumaceum.It smells like gingerbread cookies.

 
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