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Sunday, May 11, 2008

Sunny Fields

A warm welcome to my fellow readers from the fields of "Tilwandi Bhindran" a small village 70 km from Lahore. Thank you all for visiting and commenting on the posts in my absence, blogger worked perfectly on draft mode only I overstayed my visit to the farm so missed a couple days of posts. The next week I will post pictures from the farm and the village with stories to give you all an insight into rural life in Pakistan. Even though we own land and farm in the area this was my longest stay at the farm so a lot of things were eye opening for me too. For now Enjoy this picture of a field of sunflowers, planted for its seeds which are used to make edible sunflower oil.

16 comments:

navcity said...

beautiful. Have you considered creating panorama pictures using photoshop?

look forward to pictures from your village. Is it still very traditional?

Regards

N

Jim said...

Nice picture, the color is great.

Dina said...

Near a sunflower field I always feel like all those sunny faces are turned toward me, waiting for a speech or something.
Glad to see them in your lovely picture. Looking forward to farm pics.

Chuck Pefley said...

Sunflowers always look so happy. I love seeing fields of these flowers growing and usually am required to stop for photos.

raf said...

Brilliant yellow! Nice post, will stay tuned for more from the farm.

Uma por Dia said...

^Hello Destitute! Beautiful photo indeed. Waiting to see the next ones :)

Marcel said...

Very nice!

USelaine said...

What a lovely sight! And clicking to enlarge them shows such fine detail.

babooshka said...

Beautiful image as always.

mirage2g said...

a lovely, sunny shot indeed!!

Mubi said...
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Mubi said...

so refreshing

i wish i had a village to go back to ;)

vero said...

Beautiful, sunflower are nice to see but they are also so useful.

Jackie said...

That's a fabulous picture, and I'm looking forward to your insights into rural Pakistan :)

Ann (MobayDP) said...

Beautiful.

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an eye catching picture
seeing it on the homepage made me want to seek it out elsewhere on your blog

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