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Have you ever seen anything so beautiful? It’s simply stunning!
This past week I had the privilege of taking a trip with a few photographer friends to Buttonwood Farm in Guildford Connecticut.
I have never seen so many sunflowers in one place…over 4 acres of blooming sunflowers.
The wonderful family who owns this farm grow these beautiful sunflowers each year and then sell them to raise money for the Make A Wish Foundation.
What generosity. Over the span of 10 days each year they have been able to raise a total over $405,050. You may visit the farm between July 23-July 31, 2011.
Take the family…enjoy the tractor drawn hayrides and don’t forget to try their famous sunflower ice cream!
I have decided to help out the Make A Wish Foundation too…simply click on the link below to view some of the photos I captured at Buttonwood Farm.
For any photo you purchase I will donation 20% of the profit. So take a moment and see if any of these photos would look great in your home or as a gift for a family member or friend. Buttonwood Farm Photos.