In this part of the world, lupins (or lupines) are a regular site in early summer, whether purple, or white, yellow, or pale pink as here. They line the ditches and are scattered on any barren ground they can find. Strangely enough, we have none on the field next to us, but these are in a bit of scrub ground near our community centre/fire station. The pink ones are more unusual and it’s not easy to photograph such tall spears in this format, as they lend themselves more to ‘portrait’ orientation. That doesn’t work well for screens that are sideways (laptops etc) and doesn’t fit my project, so I am glad I was able to get these to work for me. I hope these bring back good country memories for some and give a happy pink flower day for everyone. Flower a Day #523 View all posts on the Home page.
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The monthly and full Flower a Day Galleries with current content are below. Each day a new photo will be added. With today’s post there are now 523 to view on the project.