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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 340

As I enjoyed a brief few minutes in my hammock today I noticed this hibiscus beginning to slowly unravel. It just looked so elegant and full of beauty I had to photograph it. Advertisements

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 236

As I walked this morning, I looked up to see this lone hibiscus amongst some other branches, hanging about nine feet in the air. It was beautiful as it stood out brightly against the cloudy sky! It is truly amazing … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 178

As I was sitting eating dinner and admiring the garden, I noticed the hibiscus blooms were beginning to close for the night. I guess it’s the ‘girl’ in me, but the folds of the flower reminded me of a red … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 138

Today I stopped at the garden shop on the way back from town, as I needed to get some soil for transplanting my new and still-tiny tomato plants. (I’m trying for the third time to grow tomatoes!) While I was … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 127

On Day 122 of my posts (yes, just a few days ago) I posted a blog showing a dwarf tropical hibiscus bloom on the same plant as a regular bloom. It was a fraction of the size of the regular … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 122

As I was swimming in the pool and admiring my beautiful hibiscus blooms of the day, I noticed that there was a mini bloom on the red plant – perhaps a dwarf?  It was so ‘mini’ that it was only … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 112

These hibiscus flowers were planted just before we moved in here last August. Back then they just looked like little sticks in the ground along the wall. A couple of months ago they began to bloom and low and behold … Continue reading

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