A Blog by Mickie Brown
Simply beautiful! They thrive in hot tropical country like mine and bloom all year long. By the way, the Hibiscus is the National Flower of Malaysia, our next door neighbour.
A wonderful series of dynamic macros! The colours are so rich and bright! Beautiful detail!
Beautiful blooms and lovely images, Mickie!
Ooooooo, that yellow hibiscus is gorgeous Mickie.Wonderful photographs!
Lovely! Mine won't bloom until at least July.
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Magnificent shots!My Rubies:Moms...Check NyoYummy-as-can-be
Beautiful shots.I love the orange / peachy oneit is simply gorgeous.Fiona
So very lovely! You captured the petal shadows, colors, textures and detail in a most beautiful way. Gorgeous post!
I just love Hibiscus flowers and these are all beautiful shots!
You have captured this beauty so well.
Wonderful flowers! And all are beautifully taken.
Gorgeous mix of colours :-)
Beautiful collection of nature photos, the colours are delightful. Shame flowers like these can't last longer, they sure brighten up the garden.
Beautiful tropical colors there!
wow, I love hibiscus. Your flowers are stunning. :)I noticed earlier that you used to link up with Creative Exchange. Now I am starting a meme that will be similar to CE. I will start slowly with only text links. For now I have a testrun up. And then I plan to start with the first one on Monday. You are welcome to check it out and maybe join in the test if you have something. Welcome! NatureFootstep
Stupende fotografie, brava!! buona giornata....ciao
These are exquisite! That little bee thing is tiny, isn't it?Be careful today, Mickie, it looks like you guys have nasty storms heading your way.Hugs,Kathy M.
It’s difficult to choose one favorite color, but today I’m in the mood for the soft yellow one. I feel as if being drawn into the flowers. You know the way how to make flowers look most attractive, Mickie.Sorry for this late response. Since my daughter lives within 15 minutes’ walk, she sometimes has dinner with us parents when her husband is out of town or comes home late, but it will end soon as she is going to start working again from next Monday after half a year interval. I like to see them getting along well. How about your newly-married daughter?Yoko
had to take another look. :)
Those top two are wonderful macros!
beautiful petals :-) beautiful shots too :-) Dropping by from RT2
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