Discussion in 'Wildlife-Nature' started by beakhammer, Mar 6, 2016.
I don't know much about plants (I do know to stop watering them when they turn brown and brittle which means I killed them) but I think this may be a red version I shot here in Arizona of the flower you showed? Or will the one you photographed ultimately turn red?
Fuji X-M1, ISO 200, 16-50mm lens.
May as well go for the bookend trifecta.
Denny, I know these plants as hibiscus. They are members of the mallow family, of which there are several hundred varieties. There are numerous variations of hibiscus, and colours include reds, yellows, pinks, and blues. So in answer to your question, the flowers do not change their colours!
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A nice Rose
X-E1 and Konica 50 1.4