Thursday, September 18, 2008

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26 comments:

KPiep said...

Why Thank You! That was a wonderful way to start the day!

Shades of Gray said...

Your photos are gorgeous. I just love sunflowers. They are so happy. :o)

Deborah said...

It would be so fun to sit in your garden and spend the day painting! Just beautiful!

Leslie said...

OH MY GOSH! Those pictures are gorgeous! I've been watching your sunflowers for a while and would love to see them in person. So, how far are you from Providence? I may be up there in a few days. :)

Suzanne said...

Those pics would make beautiful paintings:-)

Caralyn said...

Hurray! I love sunflowers and grow small amounts of them every year, though there is nothing like the sight of a field full of them. If I am not vigilant, mine get eaten by deer; do your fields suffer deer damage?

ponyknit said...

Oooh! Lovely!

Kate G. said...

Yup, that about says it all!

danielle said...

Awesome photos!
The other day I ran into the house to get my camera - but by the time I came out the bees had left the mid of my sunflower....drat.

ccr in MA said...

Gorgeous photos! Thanks for sharing your views.

Anonymous said...

Those are absolutely beautiful... remind me to plant sunflowers next year. Even thoguh I live in southern California I can look like New England tooo right?
Thanks K for this dose of fall.
I LOVE fall.
Regards,
Rooth

thecrazysheeplady said...

The teddy bears are my favorite. How fun!!! Thanks for sharing :-)

Anonymous said...

You NEED to make these photos into notecards! They are gorgeous!!!

THeresa

ColorJoy LynnH said...

Wow, thank you. That was a lovely way for me to end my day. What joy!

LynnH

Susan said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh.

Whosyergurl said...

Beautiful. Thank you for sharing. The deer got most of ours this year for some reason. We'll try again next year.
Best!
Cheryl in IN

Willow said...

Kristin, My sister in law gave me the current copy of CountryHome (Sept08) and there you and your sunflowers were! Hurray!
Willow

Janice said...

Thank you for a bright start to the day! Sunflowers are my favorite and yours are beyond gorgeous.

Aim said...

Wow! I can't wait to link back to this in boring, gray February, and get a burst of sunshine!! Thanks for posting such wonderful pics!

Leslie said...

Stunning!

p.s. Loved seeing Julia and The Farmer in Saturday's "Recorder" - it was like seeing people I new!

Michele in Maine said...

I've so enjoyed your sunflower photos all summer/fall. In fact, I'm inspired to do my own small field of them next year (even though the deer will probably dance for joy at the prospect!).

Thank you.

Regina said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Angela said...

thank you so much for cheering up my grey day!

www.larksongknits.com

mascanlon said...

Amazing! I also loved the post you sent us two early of the folks finding your stand. I so wished I could visit but its a long drive form So Cal! Thank you for sharing!

Casarth-Bären said...

Hallo, ich bin durch einen anderen Blog auf ihre Seite gekommen. Ich liebe wunderschöne Sonnenblumen. Sie blühen bei uns zur Zeit auch. Darf ich ihre Seite bei mir verlinken? Ich denke sie haben nichts dagegen? Würde mich über einen Besuch freuen ! Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland von Ines und den Casarth-Bären

Teresa said...

Beautiful. Sunflowers are our state flower and in the last few years farmers are planting fields of them as a second crop. I love those fields though they are quite generic compared to yours. Thanks for sharing.