Monday, June 13, 2016

After and Before

Having fun with the Tough camera.

Sunflower Apocalypse



The sunflowers are going to be behind this field this summer



Then Don't Put Nihilistic Filters On My Camera


The place is always lousy with photographers

28 comments:

  1. Our sunflowers have just started to form buds. Of course we don't have QUITE as many as you've pictured here1
    ;)

    Great shots.
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/06/west-side-story.html

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  2. This is a place called Pope Farms and they have a great spread of flowers yearly. I'm going to put up what it looks like now later on today. This if from last year. They rotate fields and won't be so accessible this summer. I hope u share ur sunflower pics.

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    1. Thanks, Frank, they do a tremendous job out there at Pope Farms.

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  4. Cool pictures of one of my favourite flowers.

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    1. Thanks, I'm starting to take a shine to them too.

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  5. Love. I still regret not pulling over to take pictures when we drove through Kansas and saw these. I think it was Route 66!

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    1. You always regret not pulling over, but safety first, Colleen.

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  6. Your sunflower photos are lovely.

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    1. Tanks Rhonda, I was going for an apocalypse theme

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  7. Wow, what a great place to take photographs! My favorite is the second shot you took. Blessings!

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  8. Beautiful photos and I agree with Rhonda I particularly like the Sunflower photos :-)

    Have a bloomingtastic week :-)

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    1. Thanks, Arnoldo. I need to dlbe check it to make sure that was from the little Olympus.

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    2. Ta, Steve. Listen to the flower people and such. You have a gas this week.

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  9. Van Gogh would be very pleased here.

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    1. I'm thinking he'd get lost in the flowers, S.C. Watch out for beercycles this week.

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    1. They are a big draw every year in August. I wonder if I'll be up for the hike in the new location this year. Thanks, Stephanie.

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    1. They truly are, Rajlakshmi. I hope to see them again in July.

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    1. Ta, Lady. They are a big draw around here no matter the weather.

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    1. They are quite the sight, Klara.

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  14. That's sunflower in...Norwegian? Ya, I think so.

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  15. It must be quite a sight with sunflowers to as far we you can see.

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  16. I think that's part of why so many photogs keep popping up from the filed like gophers, bk. It's something to surround urself with them.

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