09 August, 2011

So you think you can dance?

ABC Wednesday's letter of the week is D.
D is for Dishita and dishita loves dancing. I am a trained indian classical dancer and i enjoy any kind of dancing. But have you heard of the Dancing orchids aka. Oncidium Orchids?  I happen to see them first time during my recent trip to India. I believe it was a small nursery in Munnar, Kerala. The beauty of these orchids is they resemble dancing dolls and hence the name dancing orchids. For more information on those visit here. So here is my picture of the dancing orchids.



I am not sure if the readers would be able to zoom it and see them dancing. This is one of the moments when i so badly feel the need of mastering my clicking techniques. Anyways, so below is an enhanced version of the flower found from web and similarly you can find more orchids here.


Aren't those amazing?

15 comments:

  1. great choice! we have dancing lady orchid back home...I bought one at homedepot and it didn't survive...weeeee!

    thanks for the visit!

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  2. A fantastic post for the D Day! Love the Indian dancers and wonderful that you are one!! The flowers are exquisite! Beautiful captures! Enjoy your week!

    Sylvia

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  3. Indian classical dancing is so beautiful and expressive.
    Jane x

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  4. Hello.
    Thanks for providing the magnified image too. The orchids are beautiful.

    I've seen some videos of classical Indian dancing...every part of the body is an expression and tells a story.

    Awesome post!

    Thanks for the visit to. I appreciate it.

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  5. Great post for D day. I love the shot of the dancers and the beautiful orchids.

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  6. Beautiful girls and costumes. I am sure their dancing is divine!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  7. Dancing is a great D word and the dancers and orchids are lovely!

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  8. Beautiful shots. Ilove waqtching dance.

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  9. @all: Thanks for the lovely feedbacks and visit.

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  10. I've seen these divine orchids, but did not know they were called dancing orchids. Super D post!

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  11. i'm not much of a dancer, but appreciate those who do
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  12. Francisca: Glad to share the info.
    Roger: that's great. Have a good week.

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