Sunflower on a rainy day
It was a beautiful morning, but then it started to rain that strange misty non-rain for most of the afternoon... and then it just became normal rain. The wet kind. We haven't had rain like that in a long time. Kevin and I were just talking about how we actually really like the rainy season and kind of miss it. Although, the sunshine is nice, too.
As I was walking in the rain, down the path from the chicken coop to the house, I noticed our first sunflower, which was planted in October, is growing nicely. I decided to capture it. I went inside to get my camera... the chances are good the flower will still be there when I get back, unlike a bird. Maybe that's why I'm developing an affinity for photographing flora. It's a lot easier to get their attention. It sure is a happy flower!
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