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Sunday, July 4, 2021

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with my little eye ...

something red starting with H...


Hibiscus

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60 comments:

  1. The hibiscus really catches the eye. Beautiful!

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  2. Beautiful hibiscus and a wonderful garden! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie

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  3. Greetings from Turkey merhaba:)

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  4. And a beautiful burst of colour it is too!

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  5. Beautiful flower!We use it in teas :))

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  6. That really is very pretty! We have one of those in the front of our house.

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  7. Beautiful and the pool area and whole garden is beautiful too!

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  8. Beautiful pool, beautiful home and beautiful flower. Wow.

    I linked this post to Awww Mondays.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Veronica. ♥

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  9. Oh, I want to dive in that pool, it looks so refreshing. And it's been hot here. The red flower is so pretty. I always have to stop for red birds and red flowers.

    Happy July days. You have a lovely blog. : )

    ~Sheri

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  10. Beautiful flower, and a clever header.

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  11. and I spot with my little eye a great place for relaxing.

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  12. Beautiful hibiscus and a wonderful looking pool. Time to swim. :)

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  13. That's so pretty. The pool and the flower.

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  14. So beautiful! My neighbor used to grow them and they were such a joy to see everyday.

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  15. I need to go swimming in that pool. Beautiful hibiscus. Have a great day full of love, joy and hope. Hugs.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  16. very nice. they are such big blooms and jump right out.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  17. You are a very good spy!
    Maybe Hibiscus is spying on you... 😊

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  18. Such a pretty flower!! Are there more around the area? Is this the pool in your condo area?

    Cute game of I Spy!

    betty

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  19. I liked the photo very much and I learned the name of the flower:-) Happy new week:-)

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  20. Beautiful Hibiscus and such a striking colour too!!

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  21. The red hibiscus is my favorite although each color makes me smile here on Oahu.

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  22. The hibiscus is beautiful, love it.

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  23. What a beautiful red flower! It really pops in the reflection in the blue pool too! :)

    Hope your week is going well :)

    Away From The Blue

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  24. That hibiscus went all out! I'd give it the prize.

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  25. That's a gorgeous colour, peeking out of all that greenery.

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  26. I miss those flamboyant beauties -- it's just about hot enough here in Oregon this year that they could bloom. (But it isn't supposed to be.) We do have them in Florida where it is supposed to be hot enough, just like where you live! That one is ia gorgeous color!

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  27. Hello,

    Pretty view of the pool, I love the hibiscus blooms.

    Take care, have a happy week ahead.

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  28. I love your hibiscus, it is a gorgeous color. Such a pretty pool also with all the lush greenery. You have a very pretty home :)

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  29. Thanks for stopping by my blog. As I go through a few of your posts comments I see names I recognize. It can be a small blogging world sometimes.

    I think you could change your 'about me' that says you're 'feeling your way'. You go back to 2008. I'm a 2006 blog starter. We've both been around a while. And with almost 2400 followers, how do you get time to visit anyone? I'm all the way up to 67 followers. And some are long gone from blogging.

    Oh, and when it looks like I'm being a meany, I'm usually trying to be funny. But the typed word comes across differently to other people. :)

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  30. Beautiful photos. The hibiscus is very pretty!

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  31. Your hibiscus ooks to be the same colour as my Redstarts's tail.

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  32. Pool side beauty. How wonderful all around.
    Enjoy the week.

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  33. Beautiful flower and ohhhh, that pool!

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  34. That hibiscus has a lovely shade. Beautiful garden too.
    Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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  35. What a marvelous hibiscus flower! It isn't easy to see a red one here in my country. In Italy we mainly have pink and white hibiscus flowers.

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  36. I love hibiscus flowers. Your red hibiscus is beautiful. The pool and garden area is gorgeous.

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  37. What a stunner - and a beautiful photo too.

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  38. I love both, the hibiscus and the pool :)

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  39. A beautiful hibiscus!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/07/happy-birthday-love.html

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  40. Beautiful love that vivid colour that name Hibiscus still makes me giggle :-)

    Have an hisbiscustastic week 👍

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  41. I would love to take a dip in that pool. We´ve had unseen heat wave in Finland.

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  42. Like the cherry on top of a gorgeous garden. That blue is stunning too. Have a great week, Veronica.

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  43. It does really catch your eye too! Love that you included the pool shot for us to see how attention grabbing it is.

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  44. The pool looks very inviting and the flower is beautiful!

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  45. Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  46. What a beautiful hibiscus that is and a very nice looking garden.

    All the best Jan

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  47. Gorgeous!

    I'm so happy to see your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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  48. I love Hibiscus flowers! I've had several plants but the freeze took them out and we never replaced them.

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  49. Can never miss the magic of Hibiscus. How are you my dear friend?

    Hope things are getting better in your neck of woods, and you pack your bags for a travel jaunt soon.

    Love and tightest hugs.
    N

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