Weekly Photo Challenge: SUN

As we all know, to look directly at the sun for too long is to risk blindness. So let us begin the weekly challenge with an indirect look, via these sunflowers:

In French, tournesol; in Italian, girasole. In both languages, the flowers of the sun, who turn their faces toward our local star as it blazes across our sky, from horizon to horizon. We will let them take the risk, and we will reap the reward of their beauty, borrowed from the sun!

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31 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: SUN

  1. Gemma says:

    Ugh! I thought of the sunflowers and went with the traditional SUN. Good for you! You go girl. They are beautiful, 🙂

  2. nice turn on the topic!

  3. nelson RN says:

    I’ve been blog-hopping for a while and I’ve been seeing a lot of suns. Your entry made my eyes rest for a while 🙂 Cool interpretation for the theme 😀

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Happy about that, Nelson! It’s true — you can’t stare directly at the sun for too long —
      😉

      (Nice to “meet” you here, I recognize you from Tara’s Finding Strength blog. Amazing, isn’t she?)

  4. Lorna says:

    Gorgeous photo!

  5. jfb57 says:

    What a great idea for ‘Sun’. These stay even when it’s dark! 🙂

  6. Arindam says:

    Beautiful picture. Nice interpretation of this week’s theme. Great post. 🙂

  7. Gilly Gee says:

    The sunniest flowers 🙂

  8. Jen says:

    Here comes the sun – and she’s BEAUTIFUL! Great photo!

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Only in Japan, so far as I know, is the sun feminine.
      The sun goddess, Amaterasu, most sacred focus of worship in Shinto, created the Japanese islands. Must be why I feel such an affinity to Japan.
      😉

  9. reb says:

    I totally love sunflowers, and it was a great ‘take’ on this week’s challenge.

    In Swedish it’s «solros» …sun rose.

  10. pauline says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! They are such happy flowers!

  11. Today it is raining buckets. I’m so happy to see this bucket of sunny sunflowers. The colors are eye-popping. I think I need to wear my sunglasses and slather on some sunscreen. Thank you! 🙂

  12. Stef says:

    Aptly named flowers. So bright, big, bold, and beautiful.

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