The word’s gone out and it made the front page of the local paper. There is a rare explosion of lupin bloom up on Bald Hills Road in Redwood National Park. My husband and I took the Jensen Healey out for a spin to go check it out this afternoon. I didn’t know what to expect, but went late in the afternoon hoping for good light. Interspersed amongst the lupin was darker purple larkspur, which added a good contrast of value and hue. Here’s some of the photos I shot:
4 thoughts on “Lupin Blooming in Redwood National Park”
Thank you. I haven’t had a chance to see this and it is beautiful.
Wow. wat a scenic view. I will surely visit the place. I m crazy about natural beauty.
I saw Kathy O’Leary’s painting today, and thought to play hookey from house cleaning. Your photos cinched it.
Beautiful. Those are the kind of North Coast days that put a song in my heart. They made living under the gray skies for most of the year a little less painful for me.