Sunny day in the sunflower field

I found a new place!  For a limited time in April and May, Sweetfields Farm has a sunflower maze. The farm also has, surprise, farm animals! And vegetables and other flowers but the big draw is the fields of sunflowers.  Brett and I drove north of the Tampa airport on a Sunday morning. It took us about 35 minutes to get to the farm so we were there right before they opened. We did the sunflower maze first thing and I’m glad we did because the heat started to set in and I probably would not have wanted to walk through there near lunchtime. We had a great morning and I took tons of pictures. The above was taken with my phone as we were parking.

The last picture is a pano I took with my phone. We were right in the middle of the maze at a dead-end.

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11 Responses to Sunny day in the sunflower field

  1. Agréable champ de soleils 😉
    Céline a Philippe

  2. What a glorious place to be.

  3. Peter B says:

    Yellow sunflowers under blue skies… gorgeous shots!!

  4. Carol says:

    I’m going to pin this for next spring. Love the sunflowers.

  5. They are such happy flowers, with a lovely smile.

  6. Marie-OR says:

    Super cool place! Gorgeous sunflowers!

  7. I’ve heard of an amazing sunflower field out your way, but had never gone. Totally LOVED your images … the perfect combination of beauty and awe. 🙂

  8. samba2017 says:

    Lovely photos. Thanks for sharing. I have a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s poem is about sunflowers in case you have time to look? Sunny greetings, Sam 🙂

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