Bayhops – Beach morning glory – Goat’s foot – Ipomoea pes-caprae This beautiful flower is from the species of Ipomoea pes-caprae, commonly known as Bayhops or Beach morning glory or Goat’s foot. It is a ground-hugging vine. This bed of vines was to my front-left when I was taking the picture of the kid on the beach. I haven’t been able to post for a few days, but I did some photoshoots and I’ve ordered some components to make my DIY softbox. Photos of Glasses and bottles will follow… 🙂 EXIF Info Exposure f/4.8 1/2500 secISO 400 Focal Length in 35mm 300 Date taken 2018:10:20 12:29:38 Camera NIKON D3200 Spread the love Tweet Post navigation Brahminy Kite – Haliastur indusFantail Goldfish 20 Comments Ravishing this morning glory which opens for us its pink corolla in a beautiful light. Good day Sudipto Reply Indeed, Marie… Thank you… 🙂 Reply Beautiful color and translucence captured in this morning glory! Great use of light as well. Reply Thank you, Steven. 🙂 Reply Gosh…this is a terrific shot !!!!!!! Devi 🙂 Reply Thank you, Devi… 🙂 Reply Beautiful! Reply Thank you, Christine… 🙂 Reply it’s a great picture of the Morning Glory which is what we call them in Canada Sudipto… did you know that they only open every second day… it isn’t noticeable if there are many flowers on the vines….peter:) Reply That is an interesting fact, Peter.. 🙂 Reply Good morning, Glory! 🙂 I love it, Sudipto. Reply And I love your word play, Ginnie… 🙂 Reply lovely, we feel this flower so fragile Reply Indeed, Yoshimi… They were paper-thin. Perhaps even thinner than that… 🙂 Reply Joli partage JP Reply Merci, JP. 🙂 Reply joli melange de couleurs !! Reply Merci, didier… 🙂 Reply i love the excellent shot, Sudipto, especially the underside view of the leaf with the back-lighting. Reply I got really lucky with that, Ayush… It was almost noon when I got there, yet I got lovely light on these… 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.