Yellow Lupin

Seen growing wild in the hedgerows on New Zealand’s North Island.

yellow lupin

Published by Heyjude

I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

25 thoughts on “Yellow Lupin

  1. Nice effects. I could do with a bit of yellow in cloud-hung Warsaw, although there’s a very large, very blingy teddy bear in the street / square downstairs. And it snowed lightly last night as I galloped through the streets with the last of my jet-lagged energy.

      1. As good as 21 hours in the air can be, thanks! Found out in Dubai that my daughter and the kids are really sick with fever and flu, so I still haven’t seen them. Bought surgical masks this morning and get a flu injection tonight. Soon! I have seen my son-in-law, at the medical centre last night, but no doctor. We have a running joke that we all make each other sick, them in Australia, us here. Warsaw is very easy this time: I don’t pretend to speak Polish, and it works much better!

        1. Oh, no! I do hope they get better soon, it is so miserable to be sick and have sick kids too. I just hope the flu injection doesn’t make you feel ill too.

    1. Thanks Sue. I’m going through some of my floral photos from the trip to cheer me up! Grey here, and very cold. Sky looks as though it is full of snow… the sun peeped out from the mist early this morning, and then disappeared. Again.

      1. Sounds a tad bleak where you are…. Keep looking at those colourful floral images! I’m trying to sort through a ton of transparencies here…slow progress 😦

        1. Hah! I know that one. I have been trying to sort out the thousands of digital photos for years! But I really need to stop taking more.

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