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Updated: 2017-12-15T02:59:57.635-08:00

 



Moira,Well, now you do. :)

2008-05-28T11:32:00.000-07:00

Moira,
Well, now you do. :)



I love hibiscus tea, but I didn't know how the pla...

2008-05-28T06:28:00.000-07:00

I love hibiscus tea, but I didn't know how the plant looks like :-)



Oanh,Haha! Too funny. In all honesty, I have no ey...

2008-05-13T13:58:00.000-07:00

Oanh,
Haha! Too funny. In all honesty, I have no eye for these things. I just snap and snap and then see what sort-of looks good to me. :)



The first photo is the best. You have both back- ...

2008-05-07T02:41:00.000-07:00

The first photo is the best. You have both back- and fore- ground and the colour and detail of the petals are wonderful. What magnificent colours! I like, especially, that you can see the detail of the bud in the top right corner.

The second photo's background is washed out - picture is focussed too heavily on foreground.

The reverse is the case with the third photo.




MCR,Magenta! That's the color I couldn't think of ...

2008-05-05T17:16:00.000-07:00

MCR,
Magenta! That's the color I couldn't think of while I was typing up this post. I could only think of fuchsia and I knew that was the wrong color.

Christine,
oooh, you actually responded to my question. Most people skip over that. :P I think I like the first photo best because of the way it's backlit. But I'm an amateur so I can't really tell. The tree was a plant swap I did



This is so pretty! Your plant must grace your gard...

2008-05-05T15:58:00.000-07:00

This is so pretty! Your plant must grace your garden beautifully!
I do have this hibiscus....the dried kind in the bag! :)



I love jugo de jamaica that I would get at mexican...

2008-05-05T10:58:00.000-07:00

I love jugo de jamaica that I would get at mexican supermarkets. It's amazing that you have your own hibiscus flowers to make this. I've never seen this jungle red variety - it's gorgeous. I think I prefer the first photo -- the flowers look more appealing in the foreground of that photo. In particular, the flower on the bottom-left of the photo -- you can see better detail of its petals.



Look at that gorgeous, deep, rich magenta shade......

2008-05-05T02:38:00.000-07:00

Look at that gorgeous, deep, rich magenta shade...i am loving it