Randi Grace Nilsberg
Photograph - Photography
Rhodochiton atrosanguineus or purple bell vine is a herbaceous perennial vine native to Mexico. Its dangling flowers have a pink, bell-shaped calyx of sepals surrounding a protruding, tubular corolla of purple-black petals. It has been cultivated as an ornamental plant since at least 1836.
Since it is somwhat hidden in our garden, I had almost forgotten all about it until I started to look for something to shoot for my new lensball collection. I have never used a lensball for my shots before, so I don't really know how to do it. Oh well, here is my first attempt with a still life shot. A texture layer is added using Photoshop.
October 21st, 2018
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