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Posted by
Donna (Wakefield, Walnut Hill, United States) on 29 August 2012 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

This Spring, I found a packet of Cosmos seeds from a previous year. I assumed that some of the seeds would germinate and I put them aside to plant later. I forgot about them. When it seemed to be passed planting season, I found them again. I pretty much dumped them in front of this old grain storage bin at the side of the barn. That was good enough for them.

(Sony A900, Walnut Hill Farm, Halfmoon Township, Pennsylvania, August 13, 2012)

SONY DSLR-A900 1/5 second F/16.0 ISO 200 40 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Tataze from Bourgogne, France

Beautiful flowers, and a beautiful picture

29 Aug 2012 11:10am

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

Lovely blooms and greenery in front of the rusty ladder and weathered wod.

29 Aug 2012 3:45pm

crazy Steve from caln township, Pennsylvania, United States

It looks like the randomness of your planting technique worked well. Nice image.

30 Aug 2012 1:22am

Slackwater - Don from Spokane, United States

I like this one for the general view of the flower and the greens growing nearby. The wooden structure and the rusty ladder add interest too.

30 Aug 2012 4:13pm