Monday, July 24, 2017

Hibiscus 'Hamabo'・Hibiscus 'Mutabilis' and Grey Heron;


Hibiscus ‘Hamabo’ and Hibiscus ‘Mutabilis’
From local TV news, I've heard this 'Hibiscus Hamabo' is blooming on the river side of the next city. This particular hibiscus is said to be one of the endangered spices.  Also I found other hibiscus family blooming at the neighbor's fence. I'm happy that I could take three different colors of them ♪      




Grey Heron, found recently
It seems that my regular Herons reside all year around in my area. First one taken on the same day on our way back from taking pictures of 'Hibiscus Hamabo'.  Second one is taken about a month ago.

Have a WONDERFUL (coming new) week♪

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28 comments:

  1. The Grey Heron is amazingly elegant.
    Amalia
    xo

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  2. What pretty blossoms! I love the soft lemon color and pretty shape of Hibiscus Hamabo! Pink and white blossoms are very pretty, too!
    I always enjoy your photos of Herons. They look so peaceful :-)
    Have a wonderful new week, Miyako san! xo

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  3. Gorgeous flowers! Thanks for sharing! Have a great week!

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  4. The yellow one is sooo beautiful - have never seen one. In our previous house we had a yellow hibiscus, a very easy plant. I LOVE the white one - pretty! Many thanks for sharing this beauty of the flowers an birds with All Seasons, Miyako! Have a marvelous week:)

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  5. I can't say that I have seen that variety of hibiscus. What a pretty one. Hope it survives.

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  6. I hope the endangered hibiscus will multiply enough to be safe. It's sad thinking that such a beautiful being may be lost to us forever.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  7. Your hibiscus photos are amazing. Especially the Hamabo species - so pure, fresh and innocent looking. The white has millions of blooms! Sending you hugs & greetings and wishing you a lovely day Miyako.

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  8. Orchid - this is the first time I have seen this yellow hibiscus - so unique and lovely - thanks for sharing!

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  9. Your photos are just beautiful- enjoyed the orchids and the birds..

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  10. Lindas fotografías. Saludos.

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  11. Miyako, I adore hibiscus. I don't believe I have ever seen the yellow one. I have seen plenty pink and white hibiscus blooms. In our yard we have something called Rose of Sharon around the whole yard which bloom in August-September in the state of Illinois. I adore them because they are purple, white, pink and green. They seem to multiply on their own. When one plant dies, we remove it and replant a baby plant in its place. I have a Rose of Sharon nursery. Life is grand when one can see a heron and yellow hibiscus. Be safe. Can't wait to see what you post next week, my friend. Hugs.

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  12. Those are wonderful, beautiful hibiscus. That yellow one looks like our wild one. We also have wonderful colors here as hybrids made by the scientists in the university and dedicated and named from women achievers! I love to have that white one as it lookds very floriferous.

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  13. Hibiscus is so lovely and you have captured it well! I appreciate you linking up and I hope to see you back again next week, Miyako!

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  14. It's the first time I've seen a Hibiscus Hamabo. I like the yellow color.

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  15. All third colours of the Hibiscus are gorgeous and I love the Herons. Have a great weekend.

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  16. Hibiscus has become a favorite of mine and I started growing them in my garden last year. Yours are beautiful, a different color than mine. Herons are such lovely creatures and they photograph so well.

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  17. Hello, Miyako, the hibiscus is beautiful. Lovely blooms by the river, must looks awesome to be there in person. I love the Heron too, great collection of photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  18. Hello Miyako!:) The yellow Hibiscus is really beautiful, it's not one I have seen in person, and the white blooms are gorgeous. I smiled at the leg stretch of the Heron. Have a happy weekend.:)

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  19. Long time no visit you Miyako. I'm so glad to see you are still posting beautiful images. I love all the flowers and the bird life.

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  20. Hello Miyako....lovely flowers and I certainly don't see anything like that here unless it is an indoor plant or just outside for the summer. I think of you so often and I am concerned for your safety in this crazy world with some crazy leaders running other countries. I hope we all stay safe....Michelle

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  21. Thanks so much for sharing this bit of your life of birding with wonderful narration and linking in this week at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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  22. Your heron photos are awesome! Those flowers are beautiful and I love the soft yellow color, too. All of the colors you have shared are beautiful.

    Your blog is always so peaceful. That is wonderful. Have a blessed week. :)

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  23. The hibiscus and heron are beautiful! Wonderful captures. Thanks so much for joining Friday's Hunt. Sorry I'm so late to visit this week.

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  24. Wonderful photos!
    Thank you for joining the Floral Friday Fotos meme, I hope to see more of your photos in the weeks ahead!

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