Hibiscus Rosa

by Noor Fithriya January. 12, 2012 2883 views

This is what happens when we planting the same kind of flower side by side, one is pink hibiscus and the other is white hibiscus, and with the help of the bees (I believe:)) resulting a mixed color hibiscus pink with white stripe and another way around:)

Actually I took this photos to test a manual lens Varionar 28-80mm f3.5-4.5. I'm not really satisfied with the results, not as sharp as the other manual lens I tested before. The seller give me a bargain, if I bought the two lenses, it will cost me $135. Help…need input please…

one plant originally has white flower

another have pink flower

and than those two plants also have another flower with mixed of the two colors

some have pink as their dominant color and some other have white more dominant

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Lisa Charbonneau 9 years, 8 months ago

Very beautiful picture!

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Antonio Gil 9 years, 8 months ago

I'm not an expert regarding to lenses, but i must say the bokeh effect is wonderful.

9 years, 8 months ago Edited
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