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Pokeberry, common (Phytolacca americana) anthotype by Donna Moore

“Birds Summer Delight” by Donna Moore
Country: USA
Parts used: Berries
Application: Dipping
Exposure time: 9 days
Month, season and year: July, summer, 2022
Substrate: Watercolour paper
Contrast of final print: ** (Medium)

Pokeberry, common (Phytolacca americana) anthotype by Donna MoorePokeberry, common (Phytolacca americana) anthotypeAmount: 4 tablespoons
Extracted using: Blender
Thinner: EverClear Alcohol
Layers: 2
Used to create image: Photogram of leaves and unripe berries

Challenges or observations: The bright magenta color was so vibrant. Maybe I should have added more layers or exposed it for a shorter period of time. I do like the subtle pink tones.

Instagram: @donnamoore32
FaceBook: Donna Moore

Additional information: I love this process and the connection it has to the experimental days of photography. I teach workshops and classes and will explore this further with my students.

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