FOTD – August 26 – Sunflowers

Today the sunflowers pass from floral decorations to food for the birds and other seed-loving creatures of hedge and bough. They have gone to a better place. I’m pretty sure that they were what brought the rain. There’s something about the glow of a sunflower that makes the world a better place.

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Photo: Garry Armstrong

Categories: #ClimateChange, #Flowers, #FOTD, Cee's Photo Challenge, Flower of the day, Rain, sunflower

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13 replies

  1. Your series of heart-warming beauties brings a smile to my Saturday morning. Sunflowers are my favourite flowers ever! and because we hardly get to see them in Singapore, I am devouring your images greedily!


  2. Oh what pretty sunflowers 😀


  3. 👏👏👏📷🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

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  4. These really are lovely pictures, Marilyn.

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    • They are sunflowers through the seasons. Some people have very sunny gardens and grow them, though no one has grown much of anything this year — and the heat and dry weather is back. I hope not for quite as long as last time.

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      • You are lucky to have sunflowers around you during the summer months. I only see them if I travel across the country to the coast. The heat is worrying and horrible and I hope we aren’t in for a drought this year. The forecast is rain.



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