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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Sunflowers and Bees #WordlessWednesday

This is supposed to be a Wordless Wednesday. So I should just post my pictures and then go away. But I always have to talk a little.

There's nothing like a sunflower with a bee on it, photographed against a blue sky.

Except for four sunflowers photographed against that sky.

Even then, can they compete against this sunflower and bee?

These are in our community garden plot in upstate New York.  We've been community gardening for some 30 years now.  Hard to believe.

These sunflowers make me happy.  I wish these sunflowers could change the world and take all its pain away.

It can't.  But you have to admit, they make the world a better place.  And, they make the bees (and later, with their seeds, the birds) happy.

Linking up with Sandee at Comedy Plus, for her #WordlessWednesday.




10 comments:

  1. Sunflowers are so pretty. We just saw some in a garden the other day. It is sad that they are so tall and fragile as it seems every year many are blown down in heavy storms.

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  2. ...sunflowers are the happy plant.

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  3. Oh sunflowers are such happy flowers. I love yellow flowers.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  4. I agree, sunflowers make the world brighter. Something we definitely need right now.

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  5. My sunflowers are up and forming heads

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  6. So pretty!
    Only my tiny dwarf ones blooming so far! The big guys are on the way though.

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  7. Yeah, sunflowers just pop against a blue sky.

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  8. Sunflowers are always so cheerful looking.

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  9. I haven't seen sunflowers in ages. Thanks for the share.

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