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    It's a great year for lupines in Jefferson and Sugar Hill this year...hope everyone can get up/over and have a peek!

    I only had one weekend to shoot it this year, and made the best of the rain and very changing conditions...

    Here's a few...and I've posted more at my facebook page:



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    Beautiful photos Jim. I love seeing the Lupines. During last year's STP, I collected some seeds and I am trying to grow them down here in PA, as I will miss seeing them in bloom up there.
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    I love that first shot.
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    Jim,

    Truly some of the best shots I have ever seen. I think they're great.

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    Not as brilliant as Jim's photos above, but here are a few more lupine (and other pictures) from a recent visit to NH...







    More here...

    Ed
    Last edited by h2oeco; 06-07-2010 at 09:35 PM.

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    Hi Jim -
    The pic named Movement and Still Lupines Over Madison is my favorite from your FB page.

    Hi Ed -
    I haven't really figured out how you took that shot but, I like pic #2.

    Thanks for sharing both of you
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    Yes, #2 is one of the coolest shots I have seen
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    Ed #2 is a cool look at it from an ants point of view

    and Brad and I will be Lupine some time this week also

    have a happy Lupine day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Ed #2 is a cool look at it from an ants point of view

    and Brad and I will be Lupine some time this week also

    have a happy Lupine day
    Have fun over there...there's sooooo much to shoot in the village!
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    Absolutely beautiful shots Jim and Ed.Thanks for bringing them to us.

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    Anna

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