hibiscus stamens

hibiscus stamens

Hibiscus stamens aren't the most common photographic subjects, but they certainly are important. Without stamens the hibiscus could never survive. Anyway I better tell you that the stamens on hibiscus flowers are the little red strings coming out from the main stem, with yellow balls of pollen on the ends.

This photo was taken on Monday 9th June 2008 at 1:22:02 PM, with an exposure time of 1/80 of a second and a f-number of 4.

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