Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Sunflowers, the boys and field

- More from the weekend, a local artist displays her paintings of flowers and the real thing. The sunflowers liven up the bunch.

- Bluegrass musicians, the Rye Holler Boys, work the crowd. Love that name and they livened up the festival with their singing.

- Down from the mountain, this field of Silver Queen corn that seems to go on forever, waiting for the coming rain.

9 comments:

Talon said...

I'm not sure which is more beautiful - her artwork or Mother Nature's!

Great photos, Lynn. That field does look endless!

Mama Zen said...

I love good bluegrass!

Lynn said...

Talon -

That cornfield photo came out a little dark because of the impending storm, but I liked it anyway.

Mama Zen -

I love bluegrass, too! These guys are teenagers - I was impressed by that. http://www.ryehollerboys.com/

Jannie Funster said...

Hopefully, the corn got a nice rain?

Yes, beautiful, beautiful first photo.

And teenagers - wow!

xo

Lynn said...

Jannie -

Torrential rain. And the Rye Holler Boys were good and so young - oh the places they'll go!

Snaggle Tooth said...

I really love sunflowers! Something ate mine this week! Waah-
Bluegrass!
I used to hang out with a local group called "Raw Honey" who did progressive Blurgrass- some of my fav music. Used top go to all the festivals when I was a young. Still have a mandolin n banjo to play! Got CDs somewhere...
N thirsty corn! Good pics

Lynn said...

Snaggle Tooth -

I'm not familiar with progressive bluegrass - I'll have to check that out! That is great that you can play two instruments.

Snaggle Tooth said...

a few more to add: Guitar, n violin, some piano too- I do all-around strings

Lynn said...

Snaggle -

Wow - that is great. Playing music must come easily to you. I wanted to play the flute, but couldn't get it - back in the day. :)