Much to my surprise, I stumbled upon this fence post while trying to photograph Sunflowers.
They have been showing up along the roadside for several weeks now.
As you can see, in the photo, they grow very tall.
I was lucky to get this beautiful close up.......
I'm happy to be joining Jan 'n Jer's Friday's Fences. Please check out their blog.
Lovely flowers and post (fence and blog post!) Very Rustic xReplyDelete
Thanks....loved your recent post, too!Delete
Beautiful shots! The wooden fence post is very nice and the sunflowers are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thanks Brian....the last shot totally surprised me!Delete
Hello Meggie, the sunflowers are lovely. As is your sun, we have rain here again today xxxReplyDelete
Hello Emma....maybe I can send you some of our sunshine!Delete
The wear and texture (has something eaten the centre?) of the wooden post is lovely, I love the perspective. The flowers are simply beautiful, especially that final shot.ReplyDelete
Hello Elaine....You are correct about the post. I need to go back and take another look at it. I'm wondering what could have eaten the center like that. Also there might be bees in there, so I will need to be careful poking around.Delete
what a gorgeous sunflower. lovely shots. (:ReplyDelete
Thank you, Beth... I enjoyed your Friday's Fence photo. Loved the barn in the background!Delete
The birds are gong to love the sunflower seeds!ReplyDelete
Hello Jane...Glad you mentioned that fact...they will be well fed very soon!Delete
Thanks, Tanya....you had a very interesting photo for your Friday Fence post!Delete
I love stumbling across a nice old fence. The sunflowers are beautiful!ReplyDelete
It totally surprised me....I love reading your blog! Your poetry is so beautiful....Delete
I enjoyed this post so much. I love the sunflowers and the picture you took of the fence post is really good.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind words....Delete
Was there somebody living inside the fence post? On second thought, it probably wouldn't be a good house with no roof!ReplyDelete
Hello Ms Sparrow....I was wondering what made that hold! That is the first time I have seen one with the center gone....Delete
I love it. Such a beautiful rural scene.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Amy....you, also, had a very nice Friday's Fence photo.Delete
Great shots...sunflowers n old fence post make me smile!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jan....it is a reminder of hot summer days!Delete
A fabulous shot of glorious sunshine in your post today Meggie..........just what I needed...........it's all grey here at the moment. xReplyDelete
Well, Lily, if I could send you some of my hot, sunshine weather, it would be there today!Delete
I love sunflowers and have enjoyed all your photos. The last one is just stunning!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Cheryl....hope you enjoyed your date yesterday, with hubbie!Delete
That first and last shot--oh, they are wonderful.ReplyDelete
Hello Rose...thank you so much for joining my blog. What a stunning fence on your Friday's Fence post.Delete
What a lovely fencepost!! Is it hollow all the way through?ReplyDelete
I love the macro of the sunflower!!