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Pterostylis recurva

Native orchid of Western Australia. This orchid is common over a large area of the South West, but this one was photographed near Frankland River.

Dedicated to my husband whose hobby is finding and photographing the beautiful Australian native orchids and who is recovering from prostate cancer.

I retired to Frankland River 10 years ago, after living in Perth since 1971; originally I was from Shropshire, England.
Most of my work, is done in the lower south of Western Australia, mainly Frankland, my garden, and Albany. However, I do visit my family who still live in Perth, and try to take the opportunity to photograph other places.

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  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98over 5 years ago

    This is a real beauty. They are not in flower already surely? We are hoping to get down to the Stirlings next month to see the elusive Queen of Sheba orchids which we’ve somehow missed on every previous visit! This is a really excellent photo – great work. Peter.

  • Hi Peter, No, this was taken last year in September.
    We photographed the Eastern Queen of Sheba last year, at the Stirling’s, on 27th August. It is possible that with the rainy season starting late, that it could be a bit later. I know that the orchids in Frankland are later than usual. You might like to join the WAORCHID group http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/waorchids/ There are some great people here that share their orchid findings.
    Eve

    – Eve Parry

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 5 years ago

    How lovely, would you like to add to Endangered Plants group

  • I’m afraid that the jug orchid isn’t an endangered plant, but if I ever add a plant that is endangered, I will certainly add it to the group.

    – Eve Parry

  • Rick Playle
    Rick Playleover 5 years ago

    thats a fine capture Eve
    I have just started to look for orchards in bushland around williams
    have put a couple in australian native orchids group
    now if i can get some decent time off i will do a full days adventure
    cheers rick

  • Looking for orchids is a lovely hobby which I share with my husband Jim. We have the WA Native Orchid Society visiting Frankland River the long weekend in October. That group is a great group for learning more about orchids. I’m always happy to help in any way I can. Try to get in the bush at the end of September and beginning of October. In some areas you will have difficulty in finding where to put your foot without standing on flowers. :-)

    – Eve Parry

  • pennyswork
    pennysworkover 4 years ago

    Stunning shot Eve :))

  • Thank you very much Penny.

    – Eve Parry

  • Elaine Teague
    Elaine Teagueover 4 years ago

    Congratulations Eve – a beautiful image.

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your Top Ten Placing You can now enter this in the Winning Wildflowers Challenge shortly to be open

  • Great!!

    – Eve Parry

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 3 years ago

    Winning Wildflowers Challenge Jan 2012 – Wildflowers of the World

  • Great!

    – Eve Parry

  • vigor
    vigoralmost 3 years ago

    I love this!

  • Thank you very much. It’s quite a common orchid in the South West corner and one of the few orchids that can be tall enough for me to photograph without lying on the ground.

    – Eve Parry

  • vigor
    vigoralmost 3 years ago

    5-6-12

    Great job!

  • Great!!!

    – Eve Parry

  • aprilann
    aprilannalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations! Your gorgeous image has been selected to be featured in the group “Enchanted Flowers” to celebrate green flowers.

  • Thank you so much for the feature April. :)

    – Eve Parry

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