Quite Magnificent . . . I am used to seeing one or two planted by the kids, but a multitude of them is fabulous . . :)
Isn't that fun? It's impossible to drive by and not stop! haha.
Simply breathtaking !Those are the happiest of flowers, an entire field full of them, what be more uplifting :)Thank you for making my Saturday full of sunshine....~Jo
I love them...it's hard to tell, but they were really tall...taller than me!I need to go back one more time before they're gone!
Oh my goodness, this is stunning! We have sunflowers here in Texas too but not near us. I've found myself nearly running off the road before trying to look at them. :)
I've seen a lot of people do that here...or slow down and almost get rear-ended! It's impossible not to look, though!
What a happy place! Your photos are gorgeous.
Perfect light for photos that day! :)
That is just gorgeous! I may be a bit jealous!
I wonder if you could find one up there! I bet you could! Your grand kids would love it!
Betsy, they are so beautiful!!! I LOVE it. Would I live close to such a beautiful sunflower field I would also go there to recharge my batteries :-) sorry for not having been around lately school starts tomorrow and we have been already thrown into huge confusion and chaos ... lol so not much time to visit ...
Oh, I hope the beginning of school is smooth and fun for everyone! It's hard to get back into the routines!
Oh my! Wonderful sight!
Isn't that beautiful! A great place to take your camera!
Oh Betsy...just seeing those beautiful flowers lifted my spirits this morning!!
Well, great! Happy to help! haha.
Hi Betsy - fantastic ... I love sunflowers aren't they great and so clever ... gorgeous ... cheers Hilary
They certainly are grand....and they make a statement, don't they?
You just need to go ahead and plow up the back yard... carve out a portion for an enlarged veggie garden, and plant the rest in sunflowers, complete with pathways and birdbaths.
haha...I can just see The Mister's face when he comes home from work and there's a full blown sunflower field in our back yard. lol....
That is a ton of sunflowers indeedAs they sure take seedAll in full bloom at playWith quite the brightening displayWhat do people do?Walk along and take in the view?
Yes, it's just for looking at.If you pick you might get attacked. Maybe that's why all the bees are therejust to say Beware! lol...
I wish it were my backyard too. You have taken some beautiful photos.
I'd sure enjoy looking at that all the time! The neighbors sure are lucky!
Brilliant! Such sunshine-y joy in these photos.
They just say happiness!
I wish that was my yard, too.
Wouldn't that be fun?
What a sight! I wonder what it would be like from the air.
We were on that road after church this morning. If I had known where the field was, we could have driven up a little more north before turning west. I will have to remember the next time. The amount flowers is simply breath taking.
I didn't realize that you are even in Ohio! This is on Rt 68 just north of Yellow Springs.
Might be a fun road trip tomorrow or next Sunday!
I remember seeing the photos when you wrote about it last year; such a spectacular sight, and I'm sure it's even more impressive in person.
Yes...much better in person! The breeze blowing the petals, the buzz of the bees. Very fun!
Sunflowers make me smile too....beautiful farm.
If I had a farm, I'd seriously do this!
Sunflowers are just amazing.Those fields full would be a sight to behold.I do love your photos. Hope you are enjoying your holiday.
We did have a nice holiday weekend! Hope you did, too!
They are so beautiful with their natural yellow colors and great textures. Makes you want to grow your own farm field of them.
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