I'll start with two Paphs.
Paphiopedilum fairrieanum, first bloom. The shape could improve a bit, but considering my history with Paphs, I'm still pretty happy about it.
And Paph spicerianum bloomed again this year for me. I love this one, nice compact plant, shorter spike, and really attractive bloom.
Now, a different type. Maxillaria splendens. I bought this one a year ago at the Sarasota Orchid Society show, it has been putting out flowers for a few weeks now, and is just finishing up. Of course it couldn't wait for the orchid show that is next week. I found last winter, this plant was temperature sensitive, so I do have to bring it in during the colder months. It is a larger plant, currently in an 8" pot, kept evenly moist, and shaded light. But the fragrance is spectacular!
Now a couple Catasetums that bloomed late fall this year. The first is Catasetum sanguineum, which I've discussed before. It gave me 13 flowers on this last spike of the year.
And a close-up of one flower. This plant has a very nice dark lip.
Catasetum callosum, this is a first time bloom for me, it gave two spikes, with 14 and 16 flowers on them.
Hope you enjoy!