Flower Portrait: Variegated Hibiscus

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Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis – Cooperi – A medium sized compact but bushy plant with attractive variegated white, pink and green foliage and brilliant red flowers.


23 thoughts on “Flower Portrait: Variegated Hibiscus

  1. I was conned! Where’s my flower? 🙂 🙂 No, seriously, it’s beautiful, Jude. I thought it might be a Thursday’s Special at first glance.
    Enjoy your Cornish Easter! 🙂 Sending hugs!

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    1. The technical term is ‘bokeh’ and yes, I agree with you, partly the reason why I like this shot so much. To achieve that ‘perfect’ blurred background.


        1. A lot of it depends on the lens, this new camera and lenses are much better at blurring the background. The circles are simply out of focus points of light in the background. I think I was using the prime lens (45mm) on this day as it is very fast and I wanted it for the lightshow later on.


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