Singular Sunflower

By: Jill Finger

Jul 24 2015

Category: Uncategorized

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Aperture:f/2.4
Focal Length:4.12mm
ISO:50
Shutter:1/423 sec
Camera:iPhone 5


sunflower

A bird must have dropped a sunflower seed sometime last winter in my neighbor’s lawn.  It took root and there it blooms, all by itself.

Two interesting things:

1. My neighbor cut around the flower, leaving a chunk of lawn ungroomed, in order for him, his family, and every passerby to enjoy the flower.

2. I have passed by the flower for at least a week, meaning to stop and snap a picture of it.  Yesterday, when I did stop and snap, I realized the flower was way past it’s prime.  When driving by, I didn’t realize this, it still looked like a pretty sunflower.  There’s a lesson here, folk

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