Morticia is a Corpse Flower (Amorphophallus titanum), who makes her home in Boston. Corpse flowers are very rare and the largest flower on Earth. The reach a remarkable height of 6-9 feet tall! They only flower once every 7-8 years and only 3-5 blooming events, from plants grown in cultivation, happen worldwide each year. They get their common name from the truly horrible smell they emit when in full bloom. Trust me, it's true!
A perfect conversation piece for your home or office.
Signed gelatin silver print, ready for framing. About Silver Gelatin Prints; Dating back to 1871, this is the most long-lasting method of producing black & white prints. and today the same process of coating a substrate ( fiber paper) with a silver-gelatin emlusion is used to create a true, neutral tone for black and white photos graph. No dyes are used as with other modern black and white printing, rather the light from the image is exposed to the coated, light-sensitive paper. It is the gold standard for black and white photography, and the only method I use!