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They say that blue/purple Nootka lupine flowers spreading wildly in Iceland since their introduction in the late 1970s to halt soil erosion. Perhaps an effect of climate change. Though seen close up here, I have images that reflect fields of lupine miles in depth and more in width. Beautiful to see even if they are not indigenous to the land. Iceland is perhaps one of the great places for photography. I could share a year of posting and all would be worthy of points.

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Additional Photos by Dr David Reed Thomas (drt100) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 336 W: 74 N: 756] (3522)
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