Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Clear Blue Sky

Every flower is a soul flourishing in name of tune. I don't really know much about flowers, does anyone know the name of this flower?




Yippie! It's summer time again! We are loving this weather, when the sun is up on the clear blue sky... Perfect weather for a beach getaways!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful shot. Happy WW.

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  2. Beautiful! Sorry, don't know the kind of flower, but I love it!

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  3. We're quite enjoying the summer weather here, too!
    I'm afraid I can't identify the flower.

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  4. What a lovely picture. I thought it might have been a lupin, but I think I am wrong!

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  5. I don't know either but there's some at the very back of our yard. Just a wild flower I guess.

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  6. I've seen that before but I don't know what it's called.

    My sky is here

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  7. Such a treat to look up in the sky with such gorgeous view! Looks like a lopine.

    My Skywatch, please come by anytime.

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  8. I believe that is a lupine. It's a biannual, which means it blooms every other year. They often grow wild along the roadside here in northern New England. There is a fantastic children's book called Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney that has such beautiful illustrations. It is worth reading even if you don't have children.

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  9. I think its summersweet!

    TQ for visiting n commenting on my blog post Jesselton - Kota Kinabalu

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  10. Lovely flower...
    Have a nice day,

    Pierre

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  11. Love the perspective of your shot against the blue sky. I believe it may be the Lupine. Go take a look here,
    http://wiseacre-gardens.com/plants/perennial/lupine.html

    Much love and thanks for visiting my site!

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  12. The bright pearly white petals set against the clear blue is beautiful.

    I wish I knew what flower it is.

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  13. So pretty. Love the blue sky.

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  14. It is lupine, indeed. The flowers of lupine are most commonly blue, pink, white and purple, and less often yellow shades. I don't know about every other year, but I do know they don't bloom the first year. They need great drainage! Pretty photo.

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  15. Hi There - Your flower is definately a Lupin - we have several colours of them in early summer - such a lovely flower and they multiply too, if they like the growing conditions.
    Nice Photo - Lilly of Atlantic Canada
    http://saucykodz.blogspot.com

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