I had a 'phase' when I grew a lot of orchids, many of which are now sadly departed (family, new interests and a move to a dry apartment all took its toll). A few are still alive, though photos are more permanent than these fragile lifeforms...
Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola nodosa — Lady of the Night
Calanthe triplicata/
Calanthe triplicata — Christmas orchid
Cirrhopetalum Elizabeth Ann/
Cirrhopetalum Elizabeth Ann (Cirr. rotschildiana x Cirr. longissimum)
Dendrobium amethystoglossum
Dendrobium amethystoglossum — Delicate
Dendrobium linguella
Dendrobium linguella
Dendrobium miyakei
Dendrobium miyakei
Dendrobium palpebrae
Dendrobium palpebrae — There were ~100 flowers on this one
Dendrobium polysema
Dendrobium polysema — Hairy eyeballs
Dendrobium spectabile
Dendrobium spectabile — Wizards robes
Dendrobium tetragonum var giganteum
Dendrobium tetragonum var giganteum — Vampires
Doritaenopsis Kenneth Schubert
Doritaenopsis Kenneth Schubert (Doritis pulcherrima x Phalaenopsis violacea)
Encyclia cochleata
Encyclia (Prosthechea) cochleata — Octopussy
Encyclia fragrans
Encyclia (Prosthechea) fragrans — Smells of vanilla!
Encyclia selligera
Encyclia selligera
Epidendrum parkinsonianum
Epidendrum parkinsonianum
Euchile mariae
Euchile mariae
Goodyera hispida
Goodyera hispida — Veins of silver
Ludisia discolor
Ludisia discolor — The most commonly grown jewel orchid
Macodes petola
Macodes petola — Difficult to capture the sparkling veins of this jewel
Macodes sanderiana
Macodes sanderiana — Leaves of gold...
Maxillaria tenuifolia
Maxillaria tenuifolia — coconut orchid... yellow/red color form
Phalaenopsis Amabilis-Hybrid
Phalaenopsis Amabilis-Hybrid — Flowers are 12cm wide
Phalaenopsis equestris
Phalaenopsis equestris
Phalaenopsis pallens
Phalaenopsis pallens
Phaius tankervilliae
Phaius tankervilliae
Phragmipedium Sorcerer's Apprentice
Phragmipedium Sorcerer's Apprentice (Phrag. sargmentianum x Phrag. longifolium)

All photographs copyright Markus Dimdal.