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Hibiscus in Profile: Flower of the Day

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Cee’s flower of the day: https://ceenphotography.com/2017/10/10/flower-of-the-day-october-11-2017-orange-tulip/

Pink Hibiscus: Flower of the Day, Oct 7, 2017

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Pink isn’t my favorite color, but I love this pink hibiscus I spotted in my friend Lety’s garden yesterday.

For Cee’s Flower Challenge.

Hibiscus in Daylight: Flower of the Day, Oct 6, 2017

 

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This is the same hibiscus I showed a night shot of two nights ago. Who needs diamonds or yachts when she can have a flower like this constantly blooming to enjoy every morning?

 

For Cee’s challenge.

Hibiscus and Hopper: Flower of the Day, Sept 27, 2017

I first spotted this little green fellow yesterday afternoon.  He was just inspecting this lush hibiscus.  He seems to have found his breakfast spot and so I went in to have mine as well.

 

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When I next saw him it was 24 hours later. The Hibiscus does not seem the better for his attention. Below is his dining spot, somewhat depleted.

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https://ceenphotography.com/2017/09/26/flower-of-the-day-september-27-2017-pumpkin-and-mums/

Shy Hibiscus: Flower of the Day, Sept 26, 2017

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This beauty was down so low near to the grass that I might have missed it if it were not such a vibrant color.

For Cee’s Flower Prompt.

Night Studies, Hibiscus: Flower of the Day, Sept. 22, 2017

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When I came home last night, the street light was shining on this hibiscus a day past its prime. That might have been due to the rain, its age, or this tiny snail I didn’t even notice until I put these shots on my computer and zoomed in a bit.  Playing around, I couldn’t decide on a favorite. At one point I turned on a wall lamp a few feet way from it, thus the different light plays. In some of the darker shots, either the moon or a street lamp can be seen through the trees. Interesting playing around with night shots. In some, I intended the grainy, painterly effect. Who would think I could take flower shots every day for years and still be endlessly fascinated? Not a professional.  Just a very engrossed amateur. Thanks, Cee.

For Cee’s Flower Prompt.