Saturday, August 04, 2007

Morning Sunflower

This is the east facing sunflower in the pumpkin patch. I didn't get as many sunflowers to sprout and survive early slug invasions as last year, but the ones growing have lots of room. This one is a Sunseed Sunflower. Most end up facing west, but this one got me out there in the morning to capture its sunny face.

8 comments:

Paula said...

Great color! Quite vivid. Even makes it look like a fairly warm day here in the NW! Interesting post about the crab spider, too. Really had to study to find the white one on the lamb's ear.

Allotment Lady said...

You just can't beat a sunflower on a sunny day can you - it positively glows with happiness

teresa said...

OH MY GOSH! This is beautiful!!!! Great photo.

RUTH said...

What a cheery sight :o)

Connie said...

Lovely photo! A garden without sunflowers is like a day without sunshine.

~Becky said...

Wow, that sunnyflower is outstanding.
~Becky

Anita said...

Wow, what a great picutre of your sunflower, it looks so wonderful and perfect (with the shed in the backgroud)!

I'll be posting my sunflowers soon, too!

Anita

Bob said...

Sunflowers seem to be the them, especially for us northwest gardener.
A beautiful photo, It would be perfect for framing.
Happy gardening, BOB