Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Hibiscus Treat













I took these pictures from Antar Manasa, Bangalore.The first one is from our garden at my husband's place. I will post more pictures from our garden later. You may wonder what is lily in the last picture doing here. I couldn't leave this water lily alone. Poor thing! It was on top of a cemented fence. Prank of some l'tl boy!
If you wanna see my digital hibiscus with a haiku, pls visit this link.
Happy Blooming Tuesday!

17 comments:

Creation said...

Wow! These are gorgeous!

deepazartz said...

Thank you dear one:)

Judy Butler said...

Beautiful photos. I love taking pictures of flower blossom. Something soothing about it. Thanks for looks at my other blog. I loved our river project. I not felt much like posting on that blog lately, struggling to keep up with my grandson blog and my Nature blog. But I must get back to it. I have some wonderful other river photos. Did you see the poem by one of our students? Just amazing. Judy

marianne said...

Wonderful pictures!!!
Love hibiscus and the waterlilly picture is perfect too, eye candy!

Angela said...

Lovely, lovely...:)

Hibiscuses (hibisci?) are near and dear to my heart because my dad just loved them...and he was not otherwise a 'flowery' kinda guy at all.

:)

Evelyn Howard said...

Lovely flowers - the 2nd last is so unusual, being 2 toned.

Mahesh Sindbandge said...

Hmmm :) Now thats something i love to see..the flowers..
i love watching flowers...and taking their pictures too :) donno why.in fact i have a collection of flower pictures taken..Now as you have posted a post on flowers, it makes me post from my side sometime :D

will post sometime :)

that last flower is so cute ;)

Cheers
Mahesh

Peter Breese said...

Beautiful. Mother nature always does it best ;).

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

I love hibiscus flowers. we had them in California but its to cold here in Oregon to grow them. Lovely pictures.

deepazartz said...

I loved your blog Judy. Will surely chk out the poem.

deepazartz said...

Glad you liked it Marianne:)

deepazartz said...

Thanks Angela and thats hibiscus...

deepazartz said...

Evelyn, even I find it more interesting coz of its two tone.

deepazartz said...

Thats so sweet Mahesh...will wait to see that:)

deepazartz said...

Thats so true, Peter!

deepazartz said...

Thanks Cris...still your place is Amazing:)

Margaret Ann said...

Spectacular photo captures...I love the hibiscus. It is so delicately elegant...one of my favorite flowers...:) HBT!