Friday, September 10, 2010

Sunflowers


A local farm plants
sunflowers in one of the fields



Every Autumn the fields are bright 










Local Artist Leo Mao










Doesn't the center look like a heart?
















A lot of people from all over come to look




and take photos






13 comments:

  1. I am following you on this new friend friday =) Your photos are so beautiful and clear, I love sun flowers I just moved into a new house and I plan on planting sunflowers in our backyard!! Please check out my page at:
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  2. I love these photos. I would so come to visit this field of Sunflowers! So beautiful!!

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  3. We drove past a sunflower field once in
    Wisconsin - - - it was beautiful!!!

    I never thought of them growing in a field before I saw that one.

    Great post.

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  4. Love your pictures today! Those Sunflowers are just magnificent aren't they?


    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  6. Glad to see they have survived this drought. I probably should go get some new shots. Maybe tomorrow!

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  7. Wow- this is so pretty. There is a field of them near us near Lyon's Rd but I never went to take pics. They were a sea of gold! Instead, I bought a small plant at the Farmer's Market near the Greene. So cute and happy looking...

    Oh, your tomato pie looked scrumptious. I've never added corn before. May do one on Sunday- easy peasy dinner with a salad.

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  8. What a neat place to visit!! You can help feeling happy around bright cheery sunflowers!

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  9. Awesome! I would love to see this. Sunflowers are my favorite fall flowers

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  10. Oh those are some beautiful photos...sunflowers are just so happy! That center did look like a heart!

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  11. Wow what awesome pictures! I love the sunflowers.

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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