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Feeling Fresh…

Flowers at the Cabin

These were the flowers on the bush right outside our cabin in the Ozarks. I have no idea what type of flowers they are, but if you do would you let me know? Is it maybe a hibiscus?

I am still making my way through the hundreds of photos I’ve taken in the past 2 weeks. I couldn’t handle the website looking so plan without a photograph, so I had to get this one online. It was my way of celebrating the fact that I registered a domain name tonight that I can use to once again run my photoblog, and maybe even someday as a photography business name if I decide to formally go that route. Fresh Photography. It fits the many facets of my photography – a fresh vision, fresh as in nature and bugs, a fresh look at something otherwise overlooked.

Plus I just like saying “fresssshhhhhhhh.”

So in honor of the new domain, something fresh for you to enjoy!

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

9 replies on “Feeling Fresh…”

I doubt its a hibiscus. Hardy hibiscus have dull, medium green leaves; and tropical hibiscus could only be outside one night (maybe two) during a freeze; so I doubt the tropical variety one could survive outside in an Ozarks winter.

But then again, I’m no plant expert. Whatever it is, it’s very lovely.

Clematis are a vine, not a bush. They may be something called Rose of Sharon – from the little bit I can see of the leaf. They are in the hibiscus family, but not as big. They come in many lovely colors as well, and this is the right time of year for them. Lovely pic!

It’s a Clematis and they are one of the most beautiful flowers around. Depending on the variety, you can get flowers as big as dinner plates! It’s a beautiful photo!

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