Sunday, 28 June 2015

LUPIN & LAVENDER












Yesterday came thunder rain,
then a sea of lupins.







Today,
one out watching trains with papa,
the other swimming with daddy.






Sun resting on the shoulders,
curls of lavender-wafting incense 
rising towards the wide-flung window,
eye to the viewfinder,
freedom under the feet.







A lovely Sunday to you!

x



















10 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos - and I love lupins :-)

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    1. Thank you dear tinajo
      ~ agree that lupins are just lovely.
      Happy start to the month of July, x

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  2. My favourite flowers. Remind me of my Scottish childhood.xx

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    1. That was special to hear lizzie b,
      two beauties right there;
      lupins & Scotland.
      I've only been once,
      but still remember feeling right at home there,
      sensed a Scandinavian feel there. x

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  3. Beautiful! Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

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    1. Blessings from Arizona Desert sound
      exactly what I want to receive
      in the wild and exotic wonder
      those words conjure up :)
      ~ thank you!
      A wonderful July to you, x

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  4. Such beauty in your words...and photos.

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  5. b e a u t i f u l . . !

    haven’t had the pleasure of seeing
    'lupiner' here.. do you rememebr them
    from here, sweetheart ?

    thank you for sharing yours !

    x

    h


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    1. Thank you darling hannah ♥

      Have to say that beautiful England
      seemed to abound in every type of flora imaginable,
      but not "lupiner".
      I remember my dear father-in-law
      tried to actually plant some
      in his London garden
      to no avail,
      even though they grow wild
      on every roadside over here
      and many actually try to get rid of...

      But England and all those wonderful
      different trees,
      those I miss... x

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