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Hibiscus Coccineus

Posted by
Steven (Chicagoland, United States) on 4 June 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Close up shot of the hibiscus flower, showing many parts of its anatomical structure. The stamen consists of the filament and anthers, which also produces the pollen. The stigma are the five rounded, hairy ends.

Canon PowerShot A630 1/400 second F/4.0 8 mm

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zOOm from Paris, France

Wow ! Very eye-catching !

4 Jun 2009 7:39am

Elora from Genoa, Italy

Beautiful close up!

4 Jun 2009 1:16pm

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

Very good closeup

4 Jun 2009 1:42pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

Pollen season is in full swing. That god this pollen is only on screen.

4 Jun 2009 3:34pm

dj.tigersprout from New York City, United States

splendid!! a faaabulous red!!

4 Jun 2009 5:21pm

Sammi from New Jersey, United States

I love hibiscus flowers. So serene :)

4 Jun 2009 10:52pm

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

Another great hibiscus shot! These flowers are so very photogenic.

5 Jun 2009 3:36am

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

The sunlight really is blazing off those petals.

5 Jun 2009 6:09pm