I did another guest post over at TNS last night, so go there if you haven’t been yet. For the sake of some content over here, and because Zoomie asked nicely (and gave me my first and only blog award a while ago) I’m putting up a shot of the sunflower labyrinth that I did at a sculpture park in upstate NY this summer. It’s 82 feet in diameter, so if you draw a square around it that’s just a little outside the circle, the square would enclose a quarter acre. This shot was taken in late August, when most of the flowers were between 6 and 7 feet high. There were morning glories, too, climbing the sunflowers, but I planted them a little late in order to give the sunflowers a head start, so the vines didn’t get quite as big as I had hoped.