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 "LUPINS OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA"  © Ken Burrows
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(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:August 17th, 2017 (11:42am) PDT
@Brian Thank you so much Brian. Great to hear from you.
(@Brian) Brian Paust said:August 16th, 2017 (11:49am) PDT
Your roadside flowers are much nicer than the variety we have in Petersburg. Beautiful shot.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:August 1st, 2017 (6:46am) PDT
@TimDuffus @RobDietz Thanks for the comments. I've made the 'switch' just so you know.
(@RobDietz) Rob Dietz said:July 28th, 2017 (9:47am) PDT
Adds a nice touch of colour to the outdoors!
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:July 27th, 2017 (10:48pm) PDT
Beautiful photo Ken. Have a awesome weekend.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:July 27th, 2017 (9:50am) PDT
@ramonachiassongmailcom Thank you Ramona.
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:July 27th, 2017 (9:07am) PDT
very nice...was in PEI once for visit..we had a major storm on arrival..blew our tent away and we were helped by Americans..one of the worst storm they ever had...that red clay and these flowers must have been amazing to see..nice series..Ken
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:July 27th, 2017 (8:54am) PDT
@pamelabole That was quick Pamela. On chat right now. Just posted extra versions. The Lupins do have a fragrance but nothing overwhelming. We came upon this spot while touring but rain kept us moving. Later the same day we returned, not just for the Lupins but the road also. It would be classed as the tourism example for the Province!
(@pamelabole) Pamela Bole said:July 27th, 2017 (8:50am) PDT
What a beautiful flower.....do they have a fragrance too? That must have been a beautiful walk/drive!! Lovely capture Ken.....it sure "looks" like you had an amazing trip!!! : )
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In my province, Ontario, the Lupin flower is seen occasionally when grown in flower gardens.

The Lupin flowers seem to been more natural from northern New Brunswick, through Nova Scotia but for me, the province of Prince Edward Island is the loveliest. The colourful flowers seem to explode against the red clay and sands of the eastern province.

The original and one version were shot on the same location. All other versions were from different area.

It is amazing to see large fields of this flower growing naturally wild.

Uploaded: Jul 27th, 2017 (8:41am)
Category: flora/fauna
Camera: DMC-FZ60
Focal Length: 16 mm
Aperture: f/4
Shutter Speed: 10/160 sec
ISO: 100



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