07/29/13 Sunflowers

Posted: July 29, 2013 in Uncategorized

The story … a man was so taken by the loss of his wife, he planted her favorite flower in a field. He planted thousands of them.  All the sunflowers droop each night and come back to life with the morning sun. They are a beautiful sight as you drive by in Jackson, NJ.

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Comments
  1. marion says:

    Interesting compo/coloring on most recent, Ray. Nice story. Was just in a mountain garden project on a farm in Sussex Co. near Newton, last weekend, and there was a huge sunflower (seeds all gone/eaten) drooping downwards. The others were all looking straight ahead and/or UP. Sunlite was too bright mid afternoon to get any decent photos.

  2. Sharon and Glenn says:

    You captured the pain of his loss by the drooping flower and the hope of a new tomorrow by the reemerging flower! Well done, Ray!

  3. Philip Mulligan says:

    Think I have to have one of these Ray – let me know when you are showing in Asbury again! Really nice!

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