It was our second visit to the local sunflower field this summer. The first was a little early as the blooms were only just opening. This time, Monday in the late afternoon, the heavy heads were bowing low, petals shriveling, as we walked the rows with Jasmin taking some photos of us. . . . . .while I took photos of creatures!
Along the outer edge of the 4-5 acre field it was obvious the deer had been busy stuffing their tummies with ripe seeds from the flower heads. Bees were everywhere, grasshoppers were busy also. We saw a very special bird - another post on that later.
Since returning from New England life has been really busy. I need to re-organize my time, my life, to fit everything in. Please know I'm reading your posts every day, and enjoying them as always, just haven't had time to do much commenting. I will share more from the trip north once I have time to work with hundreds of photos I took. It was such a wonderful time away after the months of lockdown. . . . . and those daily kitchen chores!!!
Have a fabulous week everyone.