I'm a free spirited aging hippie
who loves talking to flowers, chasing rainbows
and photographing all the beauty that surrounds us
Thanks for taking a peek into my little world
Laura

Thursday, October 1

Sun Catcher

The sunniest of flowers
that charms 
and brings on uncontrollable
 smiles
~

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21 comments:

Blogoratti said...

Awesome and colourful!

Jim said...

Such a happy flower!! Makes me smile whenever I see one.

Dirk Rosin said...

stunning picture Laura !

Mersad said...

Love those fantastic details in your photo.

Linda W. said...

Awesome capture! So sharp and colorful.

Anonymous said...

at this moment of the year here do not grow sunflowers anymore. but this one is a real beauty!

Marty said...

and you give us a peace of sun with this bright image !

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

What a super macro image Laura

Stephanie said...

Fabulous shot, Laura!

Anita Johnson said...

A sunflower sure packs a punch in the landscape, but they are amazing close up too. I find them fascinating. I planted some this spring, and they seemed to be doing well. I blame the rabbits for their demise.

orvokki said...

Wonderful photo !!

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A Bit of the Blarney said...

Just beautiful. The colors are so vivid, exquisite! Thank you!!!

Hootin' Anni said...

Oh my gosh....this image is incredible.

Laura. M said...

Grandes detalles. Una imagen perfecta!!
Un beso desde Béjar Salamanca ;)

A Colorful World said...

WOW! I mean, there is just no other way to describe your gorgeous sunny shot! Wow!

Terri said...

Gorgeous capture!

NCSue said...

Sunflowers are such cheerful and colorful flowers, and your photo embodies their spirit.
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Latane Barton said...

What a bright and sunny picture. Great for Fall.

betty-NZ said...

Such a sunny flower with lovely petals.

Unknown said...

Gorgeous capture of the sunflower!