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Default Small Round-leaf Orchis

Another photo from Mount Robson Provincial Park:



Native Orchids of the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies: Amerorchis rotundifolia near Kinney Lake
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very cool...like little elves in their purple spotted pajamas.

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very cool...like little elves in their purple spotted pajamas.

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I swear that the flower on the bottom of the spike has an alien face under that hood.
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I swear that the flower on the bottom of the spike has an alien face under that hood.
It probably does - I think I had a close encounter with something while I photographing them.
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A real little beauty! Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for looking and commenting, Tony.
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