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Field of Dreams

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In 40 years of Orchid hunting I have never seen such a small area with an estimate 100+ Bee Orchids - June 16, 2019, N/E. England coastal area with underlying limestone.
 
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As said above, a gathering of a wild orchid in such quantity is at least unusual, and in a very public place. The first picture is a habitat shot, a general shot to illustrate this unique area. Both pictures were taken on my iPhone 5SE.

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