Today's Flowers: Open Up a Little

Sunflower

Sunflower

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Today's Flowers

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  1. It looks like bee heaven! What a wonderful summer photo.

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  2. Ooooh! Beautiful photos, flowers and bee!

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  3. sunflowers sunflowers what's summer without them!

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  4. love your closeups of my favorite flowers

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  5. All this smells of life!
    :-)
    Beautiful set, thanks!

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  6. Don't these big ole sunflowers just scream SUMMER!!! Love em.

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  7. wow feel the rush !!Sandy

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  8. Anonymous1:49 PM

    Sunny as it seems...
    Beautiful pics..!!!!
    All bubbly, cheerful flowers, aren't they??
    Amazing..and thanks!
    KEEP WRITING..:)

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  9. What sunny, beautiful shots! And I love the bee!

    Have a great day and a great week, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  10. There's nothing like sunflowers, so beautiful. I also love your single impression below.

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  11. Love sunflowers but when they are so pretty, I know summer is almost over.

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  12. Beautiful photos!

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  13. Beautiful, and the progress is clever, from the bud throught the open to the fertile flower!

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  14. Sunflowers and bugs?! I'm in heaven! I haven't seen any this year. :( Sunflowers that is.

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  15. Sunflowers are amazing plants... I love their 'majesty.'
    The surprise sunflowers 'left behind' by our birds that visit are such a wonderful treat under the feeders.
    all the best, Maria

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  16. What a beautiful sunflower! Nothing says summer quite like them. Thank you for your recent visit and comment on my skywatch post. :)

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  17. Hi Sandy, your photos are gorgeous and made me smile. Thank you for sharing them with Today's Flowers, and have a great week.

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  18. oh that's very beautiful capture! love the shots!

    http://racelyn.com/2009/08/todays-flowers-53-pinkies.html

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  19. Beautiful sunflowers and bee pollination.

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  20. I love the macro shots! You can see the pollen on the bees. this is a great series of shots my Dear Friend!

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  21. Sunflowers are one of my favorites...loves these shots!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  22. such beautiful images. I love the bee.

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  23. such beautiful images. I love the bee.

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  24. Anonymous11:51 PM

    very beautiful images...

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  25. What wonderful shades and excellent close-up! Thank you, Sandy.

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  26. Opened up just in time :-)
    Great photos.

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  27. Wow!! great snaps there..love the close-up views!

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  28. Beautiful macro photos

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  29. Beautiful sunflowers, such a boon for the bees.

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  30. Such a beautiful way to zoom in on the smaller things. Just lovely.

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  31. Hi Sandra

    I am Deen from Golden Sand, Malaysia. Nice sunflower..amazing..see my paiting too..you're welcome to my blog!

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  32. Like the sun coming out from behind a cloud! Wonderful!

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  33. Beautiful Shots Sandy !! You deserve a gift for this..Do visit my profile and collect your gift.

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  34. Sunflowers from bud to adulthood! Marvellous

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  35. Great series of shots capturing the sunflower opening. I love those giant flowers.

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  36. Great series of sunflower photos. I like the way to show to us its blooming; from a bud to stunning opened up flower.

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  37. Sandy: Your sunflower and bee shots are truly beautiful.

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  38. Wonderful photos Sandy. There is so much detail there. I love sunflowers. We have them here in England too.

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  39. Sandy

    Wonderful your post!
    Flowers and bees always together!
    Thanks for posting for TODAY'S FLOWERS!
    Luiz

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  40. Great sunflower pictures..very soon they are gone. But sunflower seeds are ripe and available for the birds to enjoy.

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  41. Grace OLsson5:21 AM

    great shot, congrats

    graceolsson.com/blog

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  42. Like a laugh erupting.

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  43. awww it is the bee's knees!

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