Today is the start of a new month and in the meteorological community the start of a new season. Not to confuse you with the autumnal equinox, but September 1st is the start of meteorological fall as we group weather seasons in complete three month blocks. But you will not notice it as temperatures soar into the 90s and we stay in this above normal pattern through Labor Day. But around our area many farms are shown peak bloom of flowers. By request and winning the poll over the weekend, here is another collection of 14 photos of sunflowers. Many of these pictures are around sunrise to help start your day off bright.
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This ‘Artsy’ view also included the near full moon still in the sky.
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