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Uploaded 13-Feb-20
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Cox Arboretum Hibiscus

This flowering plant goes by several names to include the China rose, Chinese hibiscus, Hawaiian hibiscus. As a whole the various species are also called the Queen of the Tropics. The name 'Hibiscus' comes from hibiskos, a Greek name for the common marsh mallow. This particular plant resides under the care of Cox Arboretum where on this day had received a recent watering.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/8 @ 100 mm, 1/90, ISO 100, No Flash

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A close view of a pink hibiscus at Cox Arboretum facing the evening sun following a watering by a gardener