Photo mining my Lightroom catalog revealed this photo of a sunflower. The sunflower was a member of what can only be called a privileged class. It lived in one of the gardens that are tenderly maintained by volunteers who reside in the Village of Maple Bluff (I am a resident, but definitely not a gardener). These gardens are sprinkled throughout the village and are greatly appreciated by residents. The garden where this sunflower resided was in the median in Lakewood Boulevard down by the Village beach. I took this photo months ago and promptly forgot about. Since we had our first measurable snow today, I was happy to have spotted this picture during my mining. Posting it today seems especially àpropos as a way to say goodbye to this year’s warm seasons and to prepare for the cold months ahead with a happy heart.
Photo Mining – The Forgotten SunflowerPosted: November 11, 2013 in Flowers, Macro Photography, Maple Bluff, Nature, Nature Photography, Photography, Photos Taken Within 100 Meters of Home, Wisconsin
Tags: Flowers, garden, Maple Bluff, Nature Photography, Sunflowers