Sunflowers (Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective)

Today, I photographed the third sunflower that’s bloomed in my basement this long, cold, lonely winter.

third basement sunflower

It’s a little burst of summer sunshine that I thought was perfect for the weekly photo challenge theme of “perspective.” Despite its beauty, a different perspective of my basement sunflowers is pretty grim with the harsh grow light, the furnace, the cluttered space, and the dying plants that have already bloomed.

basement sunflowers with grow light

If you don’t like the view, change it.

I wrote about growing these sunflowers in my basement in this post: New life amid the polar vortex

It was one of my challenges to complete 101 things in 1001 days.

About Marcy

I blog about trying to get out of my comfort zone, completing 101 things in 1001 days (and beyond), and writing my memoirs. My book: Timid No More.

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  5. Jessie says:

    Even if the basement is a bit “grim” what a nice burst of color to focus on when you are down there! Perfect subject for this weeks challenge!
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  6. Carol Apple says:

    Nice original “perspective” on the challenge theme! Beautiful photography too. I just recently discovered the WordPress weekly challenge (believe it or not) and did the writing one a couple weeks ago. This reminds me to go back there tomorrow and check out this week’s idea.
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