Effortless and Organic: Volunteer Sunflowers

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Pollen covered Honey Bee on Sunflower            Nikon D5100 35mm, F 6.3, 1/500 sec

Perhaps, like our family, you have a backyard bird feeder, frequented by numerous birds and squirrels.  If so, you know they are messy eaters.  Effortlessly, seeds are strewn about the area below the feeder. Spring and summer brings a circle of thin, grass-like shoots.  But this year, after we had to take down a tree in the yard, the area became quite sunny.  I was thrilled to have a few volunteer sunflowers spring up.  They attract the honey bees and make for fun photo opportunities. This post is my contribution to Patrick Jennings’ Pic and a Word Challenge: Organic.

This portfolio contains a few more of my images of the volunteer sunflowers.

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