23 thoughts on “Lupines and Sea

  1. Gorgeous view Mike! That marine layer has sure helped to cool us down.

    I don’t think those are Lupines though. I think they’re called Echium Candicans or Pride of Maderia.
    They’re very pretty and attract Butterflies. Correct me if I’m wrong please!

    1. Well, You are most likely correct on the flower. I probably just lupine in my head and it stuck without further research of the plant. Thanks for setting straight it is a pleasure to learn something new via the post. No cooling here this week in CO as it is HOT.

    1. Thanks Caroline, I am longing for the ocean the last few days as it has been somewhat hot here in the Rocky Mountains and a nice cool sea breeze would be a very pleasant right now. Have a great evening.

  2. I am from the pacific northwest. Living in another part of the country currently. I wasso sad to miss and the Lupine and Foxgloves this year- we dont see them so much here on the plains. This picture really made me miss home. Its a wonderful photograph- and you are a wonderful photographer. Shine on

    1. Thanks for the kind comments. Absence sure makes the heart grow fonder or so they say. I live in the Rocky Mountains but savor my visits to the oceans so I am in a similar boat. Hope you are having a great weekend.

    1. I could not agree more about there being magic where land and sea meet. The diversity of those two intersections is also a marvel for rough and craggy to soft and sandy. Hope you are having a great day and thanks for the feedback as it is appreciated.

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