Paperflower - among others - is another name for this beauty, native of South America, because
the tiny white flowers usually appear in clusters surrounded by colorful papery bracts.
As you are able to see, I reworked my today's photos with different types of textures.
As some of you already know, I'm more a fan of displaying my photographs without texture (attitude: a good photo doesn't normally need any 'camouflage' by textures), but every now and then I try to find a different imagery.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder - so it's up to you to judge my work.
The Bougainvillea plant I took photos of is standing in a bigger flower pot right of the entrance of the house where I live.
In wintertime I take the pot and put my Bougainvillea to a frost-free and bright place until May next year.
This photo above is my personal favourite with regard to the texture.