What An Angle

Who thought up this flower? It’s tremendous and quite heavy. I know there are places in Italy that have fields and fields of sunflowers growing rampant. It has to be one of my very favorites and if I were to become a flower, it would surely be this one. It is the happiest flower I have ever seen.

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4 thoughts on “What An Angle

  1. But you’re already a flower.♪.♫♥♪. ♫♥♪.♫

    It’s nice to know I’m not the only one who like these pretty sunflowers. There’s a reason they’re called sunflowers becouse her heads follow the sun. Anyway, they are a wonderful addition to any gardens offering fascinating colors and best of all, tempting treats for the backyard birds.lol

    Wishing you a Sunny Life always!

    Same Dy,
    ♫♥

  2. In Turkish the ‘sunflower’ is not the ‘sunflower’.
    It is the ‘moon flower’. And it has also three other names in the language of Turkish people:

    Gün çiçeği: Day flower
    Güne bakan: Facing the day
    Gün döndü: The day turned

    [ What (like) a story of a flower!
    They are not just a name…]

    🙂

  3. I have flown over what seemed like hundreds of fields of sunflowers in France. It was on my first trip, and I couldn’t imagine what brilliant yellow crop they could be growing in such huge numbers. Imagine my surprise when I found out it was sunflowers. I must confess, however, that I find huge sunflowers rather threatening. I simply prefer my flowers shorter than I am.

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