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musa

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Very nice! The colour combination is fascinating.
 

DrLeslieEe

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The color looks a little bit strange. Perhaps a pic with less manipulation will show the true color with less red saturation? You can see that in the staminode where the center spot is fuzzy. Reminds me of the paph books from Taiwan.
 

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The color looks a little bit strange. Perhaps a pic with less manipulation will show the true color with less red saturation? You can see that in the staminode where the center spot is fuzzy........
The colour combination itself seems to be interesting but Leslie I think you're right with your assesment (you can see it also in the colour of the leaves).
 

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With the colour issue solved, I'm sure its still very good quality flowers.

Personally, though, I would prefer both of the parents each on their own - stirred, not shaken! 😁
 

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The color looks a little bit strange. Perhaps a pic with less manipulation will show the true color with less red saturation? You can see that in the staminode where the center spot is fuzzy. Reminds me of the paph books from Taiwan.
I hope these photos can become the good reference to all of you.Photo 27-11-2020, 11 08 42 AM.jpgPhoto 27-11-2020, 11 10 04 AM.jpgPhoto 27-11-2020, 11 10 32 AM.jpgPhoto 27-11-2020, 11 16 38 AM.jpgPhoto 27-11-2020, 11 16 50 AM.jpg
 

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I hope these photos can become the good reference to all of you.
Yes, these photos are good quality and show these very nice flowers how they are without any oversaturation.....well done.
 
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