Normally in June I would head up to Sugar Hill, NH for the Lupine Festival in the White Mountains. This year that was out of the question so I stayed on Cape Cod and drove out to Fort Hill in the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Fort Hill has a field of non-native lupines that bloom in early summer each year. The only free evening that I had to drive out there was forecasted to be rainy and windy but I decided to check it out anyways and I’m very glad I did. I got rained on all the way out to Eastham and while I was setting up my tripod and camera. As soon as I turned on my camera to take the first photo the rain stopped and a brilliant rainbow started to glow in the sky from the horizon straight up. As sun set behind the departing storm clouds, the whole field almost seemed to glow. It was truly a beautiful evening at Fort Hill.
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