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Old Oct 9, 2011, 5:16 PM   #1
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Old Oct 9, 2011, 5:50 PM   #2
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Does that happen to be the "Mexican Sunflower"? It looks very much like one I have; the only problem is that it blooms so late in the year.

That is a beautifully composed image, with the clouds, the blossoms look so "airy". Well Done!
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Simple but effective jj.
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Aaaahh, I like that a lot!
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Lovely colors shot JJ!!
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Thanks all for the comments.

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Does that happen to be the "Mexican Sunflower"? It looks very much like one I have; the only problem is that it blooms so late in the year.

That is a beautifully composed image, with the clouds, the blossoms look so "airy". Well Done!
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This is some type of Sunflower but don't know the kind. This shot was taken a The Wilds where they have planted large areas of these, sure makes for spectacular views.

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I'm sure it's a variety of the Mexican/Maximillian Sunflower. Here's mine.
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I'm sure it's a variety of the Mexican/Maximillian Sunflower. Here's mine.
It sure does look like the plant. Just imagine several acres of these in flower on rolling hills with a beautiful blue sky above, that what it looked like at The Wilds.

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Great job in getting the focus on the flowers, a small part of the image. Simple, but very effective image.
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