Wordless Wednesday 7-09-2008

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Will Sig
1 CK Go Places

I love sunflowers! Happy WW! 🙂

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2 Tony McGurk

Fantastic photo, Sunflowers are so beautiful.
And big too, very big….

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3 Tony

Fantastic photo, Sunflowers are so beautiful.
And big too, very big….

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4 Kats (And Other) Tales

Move over Vincent Van G!

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5 vien

totally big!!

Hope you can check out mine.

http://www.inthespiritofdance.com/2008/07/wordless-wednesday-no1-my-birthday.html

Happy WW!

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6 June

Knocked me over when it opened…excellent!

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7 Bob

Wow excellent picture Will.

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8 Steve

hi Will, I kind of wish “wordless Wednesdays” weren’t completely wordless… although the picture speaks for itself, I’m wondering where you took it? Is that giant sunflower in your yard? We’re growing wild sunflowers in our yard. Instead of one huge flower, you get dozens of smaller flowers all over the plant. Our sunflowers are about 6ft tall and are just starting to flower. Anyway, great picture! ~ Steve

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9 Vixen

That is a fantastic sunflower and a great picture of it. I think next year I will grow some.

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10 nicole

I’m scared – attack of the alien sunflower…!
🙂
Awesome catch – I love how this one almost jumps out at you!
Happy WW!

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11 Tony McGurka

Nice shot!
Happy WW!

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12 Tonya

Nice shot!
Happy WW!

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13 Will

I plant these big ones for the birds in the fall. IT is really nice when cleaning up the garden in October to have them all over working on the huge heads. I also plant other varieties for cut flowers. Some even have no pollen, so are great indoors without making a mess on the table.

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14 Steve

hi Will, I almost mentioned in my comment above that I though I saw pollen on the uppermost leaf. You have an amazing camera to capture that level of detail. I didn’t know that there were “pollenless” flowers (I wonder how they reproduce?). My wife got some flowers delivered for her birthday (from a friend via a florist) and they were a mess! Pollen everywhere! I didn’t even think they looked that good, but that’s another story. Anyway, and again, GREAT SUNFLOWER PICTURE! ~ Steve

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15 Jennifer Robin

Is that thing as huge as it looks!?

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16 Ryanne

That is one big sunflower. nice pic! happy ww!

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17 Betty

Great picture. The flower looks excellent. None of the petals are damaged. Seems the leaf too.

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18 MJ

Sunflowers represent light and peace of mind.
.-= MJ´s last blog ..Majority Of Skin Care Products Purchased On The Net Harm! =-.

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