Friday, August 7, 2015

Sunflowers 2015;

On Tuesday this week, I visited the place called "Sea of Flowers; 花の海", where less than an hour drive from my house. This place is the biggest 'System farm' in western Japan.  As I wrote last year, they planted 100,000 of them and they bloom with 3 time lags. It was SO hot, record high temperature, TV said. 

 I saw lots of butterflies "Pantala flavescens" flying over the flowers; 
After developed I found vague image of one of them for the Eileen's meme :-)

These lovely two girls were takiing pictures of themselves by using Selfie-Stick.  
The cute girls were even wearing the same clothes and hats :-)


*Inside the Store*

*The farm has these sweet goats and kids were feeding them*
 We are having hottest summer and wished not having had to be outside for weeding 




Linking this post to, "Floral Friday Fotos""TODAY'S FLOWERS", 
As I revised previous post; Weeding at my parents graveyard and a bit of our little yard, had a little symptom of heat stroke. gettetting better now (^^;)  And no teaching class, no need to cook tonight (husband is out for practicing with band group), Visiting You Soon♪
Thank you very much for stopping by; I always appreciate your sweet visits;
(About my header; sorry if unmatched, changed for the newer post

42 comments:

  1. It made you happy when you see this yellow flowers ...

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  2. Sunflowers are so lovely, a happy flower.
    I hope you are over the sunstroke, it is a horrible thing to happen.

    Hugs from New Zealand,
    Diana

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  3. Hello Miyako, I would have loved to have been there to see these gorgeous fields of sunflowers. What a beautiful sight. Your photos are gorgeous! I am glad you are feeling better, take care! Have a happy weekend!

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  4. the fields are amazing! so beautiful. i hope it cools down soon for you. we are in a stretch of 101-105 F this week here. very dry.

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  5. Astonishingly beautiful flowers, the photos are superb, well done!!
    You have made the post look so pretty and creative.
    Those high temperatures are not fun...neither is sunstroke, you feel quite unwell with it, even just a bit.
    lots to enjoy here today...always love to see your posts, Miyako! Bye for now, and take care in the heat.x

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  6. I love sunflowers and there's no better photo subject than a huge field of them! Nice photos, and I liked the girls with their selfie stick.

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  7. Oh wow! What a spectacular sight! It's a sea of flowers indeed! It was so hot, but must have been worth the visit :-) Sunflower is one of my favorite flowers. They are very lovely and so cheerful. Two girls taking selfies are adorable. It must have made great photos for them :-)
    Please be careful when outside under hot sun. Have a great weekend, Miyako san xoxo

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  8. Dearest Miyako,
    Don't forget to bring your water bottle and drink plenty of water when out in the hot weather!
    Awesome sunflower photos you show us here. They are so perfect looking!
    Cute those goats for feeding.
    Sending hugs to my friend in Japan,
    Mariette

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  9. I love sunflowers .. They are the happiest most cheerful flower ever. But I have never seen so many growing together... How I would love to visit that farm! This is a wonderful post. We had some sad news from a dear friend this morning that made me sad...I needed a happy post, thank you for giving me something to smile about!

    And please stay in where it is cool ... No weeding in a heat wave. ))))

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  10. What a magnificent place! I love sunflowers. The sight of it gives me instant happiness. Yes, I heard that summer in Japan this year is extremely hot. Keep yourself hydrated, Orchid-san. Regards!

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  11. That is a beautiful sea of flowers. And the goats are very cute!
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  12. Stunning abundance of sunflowers!

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  13. Hello Miyako, I love your cute goats and the beautiful sunflowers. Thank you for linking up and sharing you post. Have a happy weekend!

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  14. Those Sunflowers are amazing. Have a lovely weekend.

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  15. The fields of sunflowers are amazing, dearest Miyako, what a fun place to visit, kind of like the tulip fields here in the spring. I'm growing some sunflowers for the first time this year and want to grow more kinds next year. The goat look like fun too. I get up early in the summer and work while it is cool, then come in until evening when it cools down again. Our weather has been getting cooler, I hope we don't have any more heat spells this summer. Hugs from the PNW, Hannah

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  16. Great photos of the sunflowers! Sunshiny and they make me smile.

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  17. Sunflowers are such happy flowers. The color yellow is a happy color, too. What fun! Feeding the goats too. Great Day! Happy Critter Day!

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  18. Hello dear Miyako, I love the sunflowers and the goats are so cute. I wish you a wonderful weekend!

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  19. Hi Miyako San!
    Kawaii two girls themselves using self-stick. Kids were feeling them sweet goats. You muust having a beautiful summer's time.
    We had a lots of raining for so many winter's days.
    Have a great week time.
    Michiko

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  20. What a stunning sight those sunflowers must have been. You have captured them beautifully.

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  21. I live near your friend, Tamago, and she gave me the link to your blog. I enjoyed your sunflower pictures so very much. I look forward to visiting often. Mildred, Georgia USA

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  22. How incredibly beautiful are your flower photos! It must be truly amazing to have seen them where they bloom. WOW!! Wishing you well!

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  23. What a wonderful place! So pleased to see all your gorgeous sunflower photos. Thank you.

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  24. Beautiful sunflowers, Miyako! I loved the cute girls taking their selfie too!

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  25. What gorgeous sunflowers. I'm visiting from Mosaic Monday

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  26. What a fabulous display of one of my favorite flowers and I am also highlighting them this week too! I would be visiting them often if they were that close, and because sunflowers make me smile!

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  27. hello dear Miyako
    You have taken me straight back to France where the sunflowers had just started blooming when I left!
    There is nothing nicer than walking through a field of sunflowers, they seem to give off an energy.
    The young girls are lovely - so sweet they dressed in the same outfits.
    I saw those 'selfie' sticks everywhere when I was away - have you got one?!
    Hugs
    Shane

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  28. Beautiful photos of the sunflowers Orchid.

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  29. There is a huge field of sunflowers not far from where I live although a different variety. Doesn't it make you feel happy to be near all those cheery yellow faces?
    Thank you for joining Mosaic Monday Miyako.

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  30. Wow - your shots are so gorgeous and cheerful! Hope your weather cools off. Meanwhile, over here, it's been very cool and wet.

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  31. What a beautiful sunflower field! It is so bright and colorful.I'd love to take photos is such a lovely field full of flowers!

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  32. I'd be in heaven, in a field of sunflowers!

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  33. What a glorious sight! Your photos are lovely.

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  34. The sight of the sunflower field is so amazing. I cannot find the right adjective to describe it.

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  35. Magnificent photos, Miyako San! Sunflowers are such bright and cheerful flowers.
    Many thanks for joining us on Floral Friday Fotos, I look forward to your next contribution.

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  36. Absolutely brilliant, those magnificent Sunflowers bring such warmth and charm and your images are just wonderful!!!

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  37. Hello Miyako from a rainy New York today. I am so sorry to hear of you heat sickness. It can be dangerous and sneak up on you. I hope you are feeling better now as I am late in visiting this week. Oh all those wonderful sunflowers. I love them and have some planted here too.. Michelle

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