You've inspired me. I'm definitely planting some next year.
I love your pictures, it so shows your talents.
Beautiful. Makes me smile too!
Kristin, That looks like a picture fit for a magazine! xo, Cheryl
Fun to follow you blog and see so much happening, especially the flora, 2-3 weeks beyond what they do down here in Virginia. My sunflowers long gone. Thanks for sharing yours and making the day all the sunnier.
They do! The table looks very interesting...much like the table passed down through my mother's family to me. Oak...round...pedestal...extra leaves...yes???
I love sunflowers but unfortunately, so do all the squirrels up here on the mountain!They'll grow to about an inch tall and then the next day - gone!Next year we're investing in a mile of chicken wire!!
;-D And don't think that I didn't noticed the lovely matching Blue "Sunflower" plates, too!
yes, you caught me in a big grin! Lovely lovely lovely!
Theese beautiful flowers would make me smile too :-)Martina
I've been pick'n sunflowers for my kitchen table too! You are truly blessed with an 'artful' eye...your photos and ALL your colorful creations are wonderful!
The flowers are lovely and your photo staging is superb!! Long ago I saw a complete field of sunflowers. I wonder if they were being grown for the seeds.
Lovely! I carry around beautiful mental images of your sunflowers, home and farm from a workshop weekend almost a year ago. Hard to believe a year has passed. I plan to make it for another workshop in 2012 :) All the best to you and your family. Pam
YES! Thanks for giving me a chance to smile.
Does this mean your wonderful field is in bloom this year? I hope so. If the recent weather knocked it out, we still have your past photos to look forward to.
Sunflowers are my favorite! I even carried sunflowers and wildflowers when I got married, not roses.
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