In my previous post I shared that I aspired to photograph the incredible sunflowers found in this area, but did not have the right stuff (equipment or ability) to get it done.

I searched for photos on-line and found the one above – beautiful!  I contacted the photographer and he gave me permission to post his shot AND was kind enough to even send me a close-up.  These shots of the “Hunter Sunflower” were taken in 2013 by Rich Lofthus, a professor of history at Mount Marty College.  Rich says Hunter is about an hour north and west of Fargo, North Dakota; a small town in the Red River Valley, one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world.

Thank you Rich, for sharing!


About KFBuchsbaum

A lover of words, learning something new every day, exploring new places, and meeting people from different cultures is what feeds my spirit. One significant thing I learned from my years in market research is that time away from an experience dilutes the memories.  You lose the highs and lows and end up with middle-of-the-road impressions.  The reason I started to blog, was to capture experiences real-time, in the moment.  I hope my moments help you relive some of your own great adventures or maybe plan some new.

Posted on August 10, 2016, in USA and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Ann McLaughlin


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  2. Nice!


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