Sunflowers and Songs

Trying to inject a bit of humor in with the sunflowers here. But before we begin, a bit about these giants. I never realized sunflowers came in any other color than yellow and any other size than what you could hold in your hand or place in a vase. Was I wrong!

These beauties created a wall around the sunflower fields and were very very tall! Like, around 10 – 16 feet tall with particularly thick stems. I’m not sure what type they are but a bit of research has yielded three possibilities: Skyscraper, American Giant Hybrid and Russian Mammoth. I can’t say which ones these are but here is a link to a page about sunflower types. Which one do you think they are?

So, about those songs….

Here comes the sun(flowers)

sunflower, giant sunflowers, sunflower field, ohio

All and all it’s just another sunflower wall

wall of sunflowers

Teri 🌻

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography.
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10 Responses to Sunflowers and Songs

  1. Beautiful sunflower shots!

  2. Deb says:

    Those are biiiigggg!!! And beautiful. I think it is the Russian Mammoth 🙂

  3. Timothy Price says:

    We have had a lot of the different varieties of sunflowers in years past. They are great to photograph. “Teri! Leave that song alone.” Actually very good on the parody lines.

  4. Nancy says:

    Neat song match ups. Beautiful sunflowers!
    And yes the different colors are amazing.

  5. Loving your sunflowers!

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