The Hibiscus is my favorite of all flowers. I enjoyed finding these and photographing them. I hope that you enjoy this wonder of nature’s beauty as much as I do!
©Hibiscus by SBDMB (MM)
Tuesday’s Photo Challenge: Nature’s Beauty
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I know I do..
when I was younger.. I used to wear one ☝️ behind my ears 👂🏾 all the time
Awe love it! At some point I plan to have a tattoo of one on my ankle 🌺
That’s would be lovely
I have many Hibiscus in my baby garden as well as in a small public park in front of my house! They are so different and so beautiful! And what is important they bloom the whole year round. Best flower ever!
Yes! Since moving South I have enjoyed them in person and it’s been amazing. First time I saw them was in California- I’ve loved them ever since 🌺
In indian culture hibiscus is offered to Goddess Durga ( Mother Earth, Goddess of matter )
I didn’t know that! Thanks for sharing 🌺
I love them too!
just looking at them makes me feel nostalgic. In Philippines,the common color is the red one.
Here in Germany I saw purple ones & pink.
I used to gather this flower a lot.
I find them exotic,pure & really delicate.
Yes! I have also seen light pink and yellows here too. Thanks for sharing and stopping by 😀
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We have two red bushes around our house. They bloom until the first frost.
How great! I’d like to plant some too 🌺
In fact, on my blog if you scroll all the way down my right sidebar there is a picture of our hibiscus.
What a great photo! I like the angel you captured it from 😀
Gorgeous hibiscus photos! Always love them!!
Thanks so much 😀
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Such elegant beauty Michelle.
They are amazing flowers!
Photos are truly awesome x
Thank you!! 😀
You’re welcome 🙂
Beautiful photographs! I was thinking of buying a hibiscus, but then my husband had the idea to buy six ferns. I don’t mind the ferns, but I will look forward to adding some flowers.
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Transplant of New England, now Southern living by the beach. Writing, poetry, blogging, photography and art are my passions. In fact, passion is my passion. Life is good! ~Mac
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