Thursday, September 14, 2017

Fields of Gold

There is a field of sunflowers where the sunflowers stretch for as far as the eye can see.
This is the farm I have been searching for
The Sussex County Sunflower Maze
Family owned and operated, this field of sunflowers is extraordinary.
You are first greeted by dad, who directs you to his daughter and then on to his son.
Son fills you in on all the details.






























We drove 2 hours to see this farm, we spoke to some people who drove further than that.
There was a craft show at the halfway point in Chester, 
we went there first and that broke the trip up nicely.

- what a fun day -
this sunflower maze was amazing!!
Many thanks to the family for sharing this experience with us.
And can you believe on the way home, we stumbled upon a car show.
Could today get any better - no way - I'll show you the cars tomorrow!

Septemper 9, 2017

26 comments:

  1. That does sound like it was a fun day, Debbie surrounded by those beautiful sunflowers. Several years ago, my son, granddaughter and I enjoyed an entire morning "getting lost" in a similar maze!! Super fun and it was then that I learned about so many varieties...:)JP

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  2. Oh my, I'm brimming with happiness. Gorgeous pictures all of them. How lucky were you both to visit such a wonderful field of happy sunflowers and on a beautiful sunny day too! What more could you ask for :)
    Have a brilliant day Debbie :)

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  3. That is an inspiring field! =)

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  4. Hello, I would drive to see this sunflower farm too. It is beautiful, sunflower as far as you can see. Awesome photos.
    Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  5. Oh wow, what an amazing place. Well worth the long drive to see all those bright and sunny sunflowers! Your photos are breathtaking. I especially love the one of the sun rays shining on the sunflower. It sounds as if you both had the most perfect of days, Debbie.

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  6. Only you can find this beauty as you sound beauty hunter as i used to see your choices of sharing and magnificent photography dear Debbie!!!

    Stunning shots and loved your pic too

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  7. You are almost too short for the cardboard wife and your hubs is also too tall.
    We have many sunflower farms around here. I will go passed 3 of them when I go up to The Farm today.
    The sunny fields always make me smile.

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  8. Love the pictures and especially the one with the sun shinning through the sunflower.

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  9. Another great outing!

    And no, I am not going to show my husband, all those sunflowers! -grin- He sighed when he happened to see one, somewhere. "I have to protect him." -gigggles-

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  10. Oh how I wish that sunflower farm was in the Sussex county next door to me. But, alas. I will just have to enjoy your pictures and wish on!

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  11. Love those beautiful pictures!!! It looks like you had so much fun!!! Thanks for sharing.
    Henry

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  12. You always find such great events and beauty, Debbie. Gorgeous!

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  13. Beautiful images. Sunflowers are so intricate and you have captured those details perfectly.

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  14. Beautiful photos! Awesome sun flare! That's a great farm! Definitely worth the drive.

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  15. So lovely! Sunflowers are just the best!

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  16. I would drive two hours in a heart-beat to see that farm.... how absolutely beautiful.

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  17. You two look great dressed up as farmers!

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  18. Awe you guys are so cute! This quite a field (we have a few around here too, but this one may be even bigger) it's such a wonderful sight!

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  19. Oh my, this field of sunflowrers area spectaclar. Of course, you two are at your smiling best. Love the single photo of the sunflower and you! What a unique and fun place to visit. You truely are blessed and all of us whom you share thiese beautiful photos with. Continued blessings and hugs!

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  20. LeAnn spoke for me as well, just beautiful. And, you & Chuck, how cute y'all are. :)

    xoxo

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  21. What a cool place. So many sunflowers, so much beauty and that couple at the end...so much fun.

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  22. Surprisingly, they're still in good shape. I notice that they're very patriotic too.

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  23. First off, I love the picture of the two of you! You are so good at photographing flowers, both up close and far away! These are all gorgeous! I missed the sunflowers around here, just waiting too late! I'll try to do better next year.

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  24. What a wonderful visit, lovely series of photograph.

    All the best Jan

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