Sunday, August 14, 2016

Hiding Behind Sunflowers



Today I give you a picture of our barn peeking out from behind a patch of sunflowers.  Flowers that are slowly moving past their prime.  


Linking up with The Barn Collective.  


23 comments:

  1. At this time of year many barns disappear behind crops. Please stop back again and check this red barn out again. Have a nice week.

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  2. Love sunflowers and love this pic! Great effects too :)

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  3. Oh, how I love sunflowers. Beautiful picture.

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  4. Fabulous picture. I really like this. The effect on the sky is so cool and sparkly.

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  5. This is such a nice scene.
    Love this pic.

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  6. An excellent composition and I am a big fan of that treatment!

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  7. I see that "Barn Girl" back there . . .
    Nice to have some cheerful Sunflowers nearby . . ,

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  8. Sunflowers I'm looking forward to them this summer.
    Merle...............

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  9. Sunflowers are bending, but not down yet. Great photo.

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  10. I thought it looke like aspire of a church peeping through

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  11. Hello, I love the sunflowers and found the barn peeking out. I like the circle in the sky, cool edit. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  12. That photo captures the end of summer nicely. Enjoy your week.

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  13. Perhaps moving past their prime, but those sunflowers are pretty nevertheless. We need more sunflowers in Florida! : )

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  14. Another great shot from you, Michelle!

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  15. This is the first year I could grown sunflowers.... I wondered how long they lasted.... :).... I was hoping for October....but I guess mine are on the downhill slide too:))))

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  16. oh, i see it now... you had me going there for a minute. i thought, is she playing with us? too great!! playing hide and go seek, i guess? giggles. ( ;

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  17. Our sunflowers are on their way out too. We planted lots and what we got were small reddish ones that I had never seen before. I learn things every year. genie

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  18. Well, you didn't show very much of the barn, Michelle. I want my money back.

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  19. Great idea for a sot there. I dont have sunflowers but a few of my others are wilting down like this from the scorching heat.

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