Sunflowers And Bees

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Brightly coloured sunflowers, being explored by bees.
The sunflowers were in a bucket, in a fruit and veg shop at Homestead and I couldn't resist taking a photo'.
The sunflower, is an annual plant native to the Americas in the family Asteraceae, with a large flowering head. The stem of the flower can grow as high as 3 metres tall, with the flower head reaching up to 30 cm in diameter with the "large" seeds. The term "sunflower" is also used to refer to all plants of the genus Helianthus, many of which are perennial plants.
The above information was taken from Wikipedia.
Thanks for looking :)


Jas - Mar 03, 2008 10:17 AM EDT
Thanks to all who have commented here; I really appreciate your thoughts and taking the time to look. :)
chriss35 - Feb 25, 2008 04:11 AM EDT
Lovely image Jas I also like the frame you have made, I have one almost the same.
marysham - Feb 24, 2008 11:07 PM EDT
Looking at this image makes me think of sunny smiling faces. Sunflowers are one of my favorite flowers. Beautiful composition Jas.
talsi - Feb 24, 2008 09:18 PM EDT
Great composition - And it sure brightens up a drab winter day.
Jas - Feb 24, 2008 02:05 PM EDT
Thank you Ann, Zoya, Gunnar and Whittler113...your comments are very much appreciated. Thanks for viewing :)
whittler113 - Feb 23, 2008 06:53 PM EDT
Oh Boy,those sure look nice this time of year,great shot.
Gunnar - Feb 23, 2008 04:47 PM EDT
Jas, I really like this photo, so beautiful with an interesting composition. And thanks for your comments on my pics. It really inspires you to keep on photografing!
Zoya - Feb 23, 2008 04:30 PM EDT
Great capture. nice vibrant beautiful colors too
A.Lovely - Feb 23, 2008 12:40 PM EDT
Jas this photograph is so beautiful. The colors are so vibrant and clear. I liked the vantage point where you snapped the photo.

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