Early Morning Lupines

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Lupines at 5:30 am. Although they’re fading, they’re still beautiful. I can’t get enough of them and they’ll be spent for the season in a manner of days.

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2 Responses to Early Morning Lupines

  1. Winona says:

    Such a beautiful flower, the lupine! My hubby knows I treasure these wild beauties more than roses from the florist & has been known to come home from riding his mountain bike on the back trails with a freshly plucked wild bouquet! Lucky me! Thank you for sharing your wild beauties!

  2. We spent some time at the Sugar Hill Lupine Festival here in NH. It was beautiful!

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