Summer Photo Series: Sunflowers

Anyone who has been bitten by the “travel bug” knows that once a trip ends, you immediately start thinking about your next one. Since I have returned from my 2 month odyssey my mind can’t help but drift and dream about the next one.

I will be staying put for awhile and enjoying fun and quick local summer day trips and mini getaways. You don’t always have to venture too far out of your backyard πŸ™‚ I decided to create a Summer Photo Series with images dedicated to summer and local travel!

This past weekend I was out for a nice summer drive and came across a beautiful field full (66 acres in fact!) of sunflowers. I had to pull over! I immediately pulled a U-turn and whipped out my camera.

Here is a little bit of sunshine to warm up your day:

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And for a bit of drama….
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12 Responses to Summer Photo Series: Sunflowers

  1. liampitts says:

    This looks so nice! Sunflowers are so amazing and always make a great picture! πŸ™‚

  2. anerdatlarge says:

    Lovely! So sunny and cheerful! Where did you go?

  3. Joyful says:

    The marvelous photos exemplify why you were driven to pull over. In one of the pictures you look like a Sunflower Princess. Your post has called attention to the sunflower which from a health & nutrition standpoint has many benefits. I discovered this at the following site when your piece inspired me to research the plant.
    http://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/seed-and-nut/health-benefits-of-sunflower.html

  4. Fan Forever says:

    Thanks for sharing your experience. Wish I was there.

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  6. carol says:

    Have always enjoyed fields of sunflowers, but your pics are truly amazingly beautiful!!!

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