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purple lupin on semiahmoo spit, washington, usa shot deep dof on an overcast day to try to bring out mt baker, wa, usa in the background
lupin, lupine, flowers, blooms, blossoms, mt baker, washington, purple, vertical, mount, baker, semiahmoo, whatcom, county, dave
ded is just a grumpy old geezer who likes to fool around wtih camera and computer and, hopefully brighten people’s day wtih the results. my philosophy of art
i like lupins too. glad you enjoyed this one
Great shot. Wonderful DOF with wonderful deep colors.Liz
thanks very much
Beautiful lupins! We see them so rarely nowadays, yet they were a popular garden flower, when I was a child.
the county strewed them about here some years ago and they keep returning now. there’s a least five colors and i always look forward to seeing their return each year
WOW!! I love this, so nice to see Mount Baker in the background of such lovely Lupines! Great shot!! :)))
so glad you enjoy! thank you veyr much!
Awwh Dave I love lupins! :) My uncle use to grow fields of them when I was a child and we would ride the horses through them, great memories! :) Just beautiful mate! :)
sounds wonderful! i had a summer job helping wrangle riding horses for a camp when i was an elementary schooler but we didn’t have lupins to ride through. i rode circuit most evenings around corn field and apple orchard to keep the deer from eating us out of existence
Yes my uncle had orchards, I was racing my sister on our horses to the lake and well my horse was a QH who was a very good sporting horse who was excellent at Barrel racing, well we sort of took out the peach tree on the corner of the orchard, Duke turned to sharp and all the fruit went flying. Needless to say, my sister and I stopped racing, got off the horses, quickly picked up all fruit, leaves, branches, threw them in the drain and rubbed out any hoof prints and then fled the scene! I avoided my uncle for weeks until one day he tells me I owe him money? What, what are you talking about? You nearly killed that peach tree in the top orchard! I swear he had eyes in the back of his head. He found all the fruit we had chucked in the drain! :( Couldn’t hide a thing from him. Still to this day, I’m wondering how he knew it was me???? LOL! I must ask my sister if she dropped me in! lOL!
LOL!! great story!
Gorgeous image and composition!
thank you! so glad you enjoy
Oh how pretty, and glorious backdrop too!! Nice work! :))
this shot is from one of my fav places i’ve ever been in the world. if i had millions i’d convinvce the inn there to lease me a room for my lifetime and retire there :-)
This is absolutely beautiful
so glad you enjoy!
Wonderful composition. Beautiful capture.
thanks very much!