Brassavola David Sanders 

"In this species, the leaves are 12-18 inches long and hang downwards, producing long pendulous stems of spidery white flowers with long dropping petals—it's as if the plant has 
totally given in to the demands of gravity, making no effort to assert itself vertically in any dimension. Some plants have attractive pink tinged sepals. Interestingly, this pinkish hue is 
due to light shining through the back of the sepals that can be a very dark pink in color.
                                                                                                                      Agrus Orchids

The Image

The background is weathered steel and the headline has been digitally aged to appear to be part of the steel background

The text is a brief history of the plant including it's registration date of 1938 by David Sanders