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Sorry I don't know the flower but I appreciate its pink vibrancy.
5 Feb 2008 6:20am
Wonderful abundance of ruffles in pink!
I will pass on the name, sorry ;)
5 Feb 2008 9:05am
5 Feb 2008 9:08am
A very delicate image
5 Feb 2008 10:41am
Gorgeous! (I don't know the name although it might be a type of hibiscus)
5 Feb 2008 11:08am
A really beauty.
I agree with martie, it looks like a varigated double hibiscus. :)
5 Feb 2008 11:57am
colorful photo .. thanks.
5 Feb 2008 1:01pm
My maternal grandmother used to grow them years ago.
5 Feb 2008 1:47pm
5 Feb 2008 2:07pm
Bright and colorful, very nice.
5 Feb 2008 2:54pm
5 Feb 2008 10:45pm
that's interesting, thank you for the snippet - red hydrangea is the trend for valentines, huh...
this picture has a wonderful pink hues!
6 Feb 2008 2:09am
Beautiful Burst of Pink could be a new name. Gorgeous! The colors from light to dark in the pink/red makes me think of Valentines Day. Nice story on how you discovered the kind of flower it is. I like the way you framed the blossom and great work on the design of your name.
6 Feb 2008 3:13am
@Barbara: Thanks for the new capton title, Barbara. I've made the appropriate change!
The flower's name isn't "Hydrangea"...
Honestly, do I have to everything around here? Well, do I??
(nice shot btw)
6 Feb 2008 3:22am
@greg: You are too crazy, Greg! You're not going to fool me this time! :-)
Wow! I am honored and impressed. (and please do not name it Bob) kind of an inside joke.
6 Feb 2008 3:46am
It's very pretty, but am in agreement with martie and MaryB -- it looks like a double hibiscus to me. Hydrangeas have multiple flowerettes in their blooming cluster and the pinks I've seen are more purple-pink than actual amazing pink (like this photo).
6 Feb 2008 12:08pm
@Viewfinder: Double hibiscus it is. :-)
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