Million Bells

Vi har en annen vakker plante i vår hage. Ikke at den vokser der naturlig, men vi kjøper den inn hvert år fordi den lukter godt, er vakker å se på og lett å holde! Blomstene er i RL ca 20-22 mm i tverrmål og varierer litt i farge selv på samme plante! Her i vår lille macro-verden blir ting ofte betydelig større slik at man også vil kunne nyte detaljene i denne planten!
We do have another beautiful flower in our garden: ‘The Million Bells’! Not that it’s growing there on a regular basis, but we purchase it every year because it smells nice, beautiful to look at and easy to work!  The flower itself (in RL) is normally  20-22 mm across and may vary slightly in colors – even on the very same plant.
However, here in our little macro world things are usuall much larger, letting us study details we otherwise don’t notice! 🙂 Here you may really enjoy its delicate details!
Legg merke til forskjellen i gulfargen sammenlignet med det forrige bildet!
Please observee the difference in yellow compared to the last shot.
Compliments of SRB)
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6 Responses to Million Bells

  1. -Eugenia says:

    This is beautiful! The color in the center of the flower is glorious and I think not always noticeable to the naked eye. Your photos bring out these details well.

    • Seenorway says:

      You’re quite right about that one! With direct bright sunlight the colors seems to fade a bit,
      but using a filter I may bring the natural colors back.

  2. utesmile says:

    I can see why you buy it every year! It is beautiful!

    • Seenorway says:

      This one, and the Lobelia! The last one blossom all through summer and we try to find
      red, white and blue in the same pot. As it grows it becomes rather impressive, but it needs a whole lot of water!

  3. So beautiful! Great colours!

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