Sunlit Helianthus

Sunlit Helianthus
Sunlit Helianthus

Today I needed a bit of sun and found this rather ragged but brightly sunny image of these helianthus growing next to yesterday’s Japanese knotweed. With a blizzard raging outside yesterday and temperatures of -16C (a change from the rain of the day before) I really didn’t care that these both looked a little the worse for wear. So are we all. But I’ll take a yellow Flower a Day in whatever form it presents itself today and I send it along to all of you in hopes that our day holds more sun – literally and figuratively than just this image. If it doesn’t, well at least we have this! Warm hugs to all!

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4 Responses

  1. What better way to get your sun than from a sunflower, on another WWAD. Yay! This particular sunflower is native to North America. And doesn’t it just love it’s name and live up to it spectacularly, spreading its petals to catch the rays while spreading joy to the onlooker. Thank you, Ellie, for filling my day with the warmth of its golden radiance.

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    1. I really did hope that this picture would do it for you, Janet! And I’m so glad it did. We can’t have a WWAD every day but it’s kind of nice that they come up so frequently. Enjoy the sun well we have it. And thanks again for the comment.

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