Monday, August 17, 2009

Three or More…Sunflower fun…..

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29 comments:

  1. Sunflowers are such delightful flowers! Your photos are lovely.

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  2. What pretty pictures! I just love seeing the sunflowers this time of year, soon the birds will be enjoying them.

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  3. Definitely a fun range of sunflower images! All so varied and delightful and bright!

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  4. Becky, your photography skills have really soared over these past few months... I'm jealous!

    Snappy Di

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  5. Oh my gosh, what beautiful photos and flowers!

    It is really fun to see them "up close & personal"! Your post made me smile...thanks you!

    Chris

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  6. "Turn your face to the sun, and the shadows shall fall behind" - that could be written about sunflowers. Lovely cheering pics. xx

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  7. Oooo, now I know what it's like to be a bee! Excellent close-up of that sunflower!

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  8. All absolutely beautiful photos. I love the second one also, how you have shown one from behind, showing how very pretty these flowers are from all angles. Thank you for sharing your sunflowers with Today's Flowers.

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  9. It's allways great to see sunflowers. Yours are gorgeus.

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  10. Sweet yellow sun flowers, I like these!

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  11. How gourgous they look! You should see the fields of sunflowers in the Provence. They are to dye for. One of the prettiest pictures you can ever imaging. These flowers just sing to the heart.

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  12. Sunflowers are definitely happy flowers, and you definitely made me happy just visiting today! Take care.

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  13. TFS! My mother-in-law plants a huge section of her garden on the farm with sunflowers for the hummingbirds and yellow finches. I always make flower arrangements and leave them inside for her before we leave to go back home. They are such amazing flowers.

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  14. Beautiful! Are they in your garden?

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  15. I'm just blown away by the beautifulness of your sunflowers! So simple but so gorgeous!
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  16. WOW those are awesome and my favorite is the shot from the back. Thanks for coming by today ;-)

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  17. There is nothing any prettier than happy sunflowers love them.

    Thank you for dropping by this morning.

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  18. BEAUTIFUL photos of your lovely sunflowers! Methinks I'll plant some of my own next year because the one in my neighbor's yard was delightful to observe. I shared a mosaic a while back at Small Reflections ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  19. Hi Becky,
    I love your sunflowers, they look so perfect. Or maybe your pictures are just perfect :) Either way I enjoyed their happy little faces. Thanks for sharing and Happy Outdoor Wednesday.
    Maryrose

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  20. I love sunflowers, I can't help but smile when I look at them! You've captured them perfectly, such great images ~ they would look fabulous framed! Very nice. xo

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  21. To me, Sunflowers are happiness ..... you captured it with your beautiful flowers and photography.

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  22. Oh my your sunflowers are beautiful. So big and colourful and...happy. :o)
    thank you for coming by to visit and comment..I hope you'll be back again..
    have a lovely day
    Judi

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  23. What a wonderful bee's eye view! I love sunflowers, and don't think I've ever seen any quite so close up before. Gorgeous photos!

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  24. I love that first shot! Sunflowers evoke such happy feelings :)

    ~Susan

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  25. My gosh, your photographs are remarkable! Absolutely lovely!

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