White Hibiscus

White Hibiscus
White Hibiscus

Hibiscus flowers, like the one I shared last year, the blue chiffon double one, can be absolutely breathtaking to look at. This one is more subdued, being plain white, though with that lovely pink centre. Even so, it is still a beautiful bush to see in the front garden of a house that we pass on our regular walk. I found the strange, cream-coloured, nobbly protrubrance fascinating as it reminded me of pieces of cauliflower sticking out from a stem. Then my attention was drawn to the light shining through the translucent petals with those deep pink bursts of colour reaching up from the bottom of the flower. There is beauty in design all around us, even if at times we first perceive it as odd. Keep seeing the beauty as it is there! View all posts on the Home page.  A Flower a Day #359

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4 Responses

  1. Nothing plain jane about this bloom. Where you see cauliflowers, I see a pantalooned leg emerging from a ballooning skirt…a most beautiful skirt catching the beam of the spotlight at the local dance hall. Thank you, Ellie, for casting the light on this scene.

  2. It is lovely Ellie. It is a brilliant white with the contrasting center. I can see where it looks like cauliflower. That again for drawing our attention to the different little details. Hope you have a great day.

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