A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Wednesday, March 20, 2013

More Sunflowers


Viewers seemed to enjoy the sunflowers I had last week so here are some more scenes.





I want to see cotton fields and maybe tobacco fields too while in the South but it may be too early in the growing season.  I have never seen a cotton ball on the plant.








14 comments:

  1. Thats a great set of pictures - I really like the last one.

    The digital age has made many of us sound far more knowledgeable that we would have in the past!

    Cheers

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  2. You did a real van Gogh here. Always an impressive sight. I like it.

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  3. It makes me dizzy when I watch them all together, but I would love to drive along such a field with sun right now.

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  4. fabulous field w/ grain bins. *sigh*

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  5. Millions of sunflowers... my kinda place! =)

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  6. Beautiful! Where were these taken....exactly. I've love to see this in person!

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  7. That's certainly brightened up a very grey English day!

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  8. Your sunflower pictures are impressive. Now on the yellow theme come here and take some canola pictures?

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  9. Wow that's alot of sunflowers. They are soooo pretty.

    Felicia

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  10. Hi John...Total amazing shots...I have seen some small field of them and was always in awe of the way that the heads face the sun!!
    Grace

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  11. I would be so excited to find a field of such gorgeous sunflowers!

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  12. Nobody would be sad or depressed looking at these pics. I miss the big tall sunnies though, they are a waste I guess for farmers to grow but to see six to eight footers with dinner plate flowers on them is something special!

    Jo in MN

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