my hibiscus rosa pictures

Hibiscus rosa

This is da first time I try to take a nice pictures coz I try to testing my new digital cameras…
I capture this pictures in front of my house…so if someone want this pictures to set up as background
U can download….All this pictures is very very large....

For this picture I set up the automatic shooting for get a real pictures…….

For this pictures,I try to put the water for look like a cool and nice picture…

Fot this pictures I set up “snap shot” to focus on the object only without the background….

More pictures of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Linn. (family Malvaceae), known colloquially as the Chinese hibiscus, is an evergreen flowering shrub native to East Asia. It is also known as China rose and shoe flower. It is widely grown as an ornamental plant throughout the tropics and subtropics. The flowers are large, generally red in the original varieties, and firm, but generally lack any scent. Numerous varieties, cultivars, and hybrids are available, with flower colors ranging from white through yellow and orange to scarlet and shades of pink, with both single and double sets of petals. Despite their size and red hues attractive to nectar-feeding birds, they are not visited regularly by hummingbirds when grown in the Neotropics. Generalists, like the Sapphire-spangled Emerald, Amazilia lactea, or long-billed species, like the Stripe-breasted Starthroat, Heliomaster squamosus, are occasionally seen to visit it, however.In the subtropical and temperate Americas, hummingbirds are attracted to them on a regular basis

Balok Beach

Balok beach is about 15km north of Kuantan and is a paradise for avid wind-surfers. Most of the activities revolve around the many international class resorts and hotels located at the beach, forming the perfect getaway for visitors to the East Coast of the Peninsular. Truly perfect and serene with soothing tropical breezes, swaying casuarinas, unending white sand in harmony with the azure blue sea, indeed, relaxation is never easier.

Balok Beach is a comfortable and relaxing sandy beach. It is suitable to relax on the golden sands, play volleyball and various other ground activities. It's waters are suitable for snorkelling, scuba diving, swimming, skiing, sunbathing, surfing or sailing. How to get there
Pantai Balok or Balok beach, one of the cleanest beaches in Pahang area, can be reached from Kuantan or Kemaman.
By Road : From Kuantan towards Kemaman, Terengganu. Also accessible by taxi or hourly buses.

let go Bekelah,Water fall

Enchanting Land - the Berkelah Waterfalls

To reach the start of the trail, is an adventure in itself.First you have to find the right exit from the Maran-Kuantan road. About 31 km after Maran there is a signboard "Sungei Berkelah" Turn left here. A 4WD is needed, but also transport can be arranged from a nearby kampung.

The first waterfall

The road ends at a spot where some shelters have been built. From here a cemented path leads to the falls.

Don't worry when at first it looks like the river has disappeared. You have first to cross a dry riverbed before reaching the first fall.
This double fall is quite impressive.

Waterfall after waterfall

After the first waterfall a few smaller falls follow. They have olympic-size pools with crystal-clear water.
Very inviting for a refreshing bath.

On the way you will see several place which are suitable for camping. But always be careful, that the place is safe against flash-flooding!

Finally the top fall is reached, again with a huge pool (picture at the right).
Walking back, following the river bed, it is very clear how the river has eroded its way down amidst huge rocks and boulders

The whole region is very attractive and unspoiled.
Keep it that way, take only pictures and leave only footsteps