Wednesday, September 23, 2009

New Sunflowers just before Fall arrives!

Saw these blooming just a few blocks from my apartment in front of a restaurant.


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Malyss said...

The drops tell about autumn, the bee about spring, and the flowers about summer!

RuneE said...

Nice ones! I wish we had them here - now.

PS Thank you for the comment. I was itting on a rock by a fjord and the used a telephoto-lens with a polarizing filter.

katney said...

I love sunflowers. I didn't get any planted this year.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Such happy-looking flowers. The bottom one looks like a finch has been nibbling on it. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for visiting me and the very kind note you left. It turns out we visit many of the very same blogs :)!

Love the water on petals.

Jenny McB said...

I love sunflowers, so cheery and birds like them too.

I made my header on Scrapblog, but I never remember how to size it on the apple.

Thanks for stopping by! All is good, just busy and not in the writing mode. Must be the weather and the back to school feel in the air!

SandyCarlson said...

They are absolutely gorgeous!

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