A small part of the 10 acres of sunflowers on the Pellett farm.
When the plants are young and supple they rotate with the sun, but as their stems grow rigid they become fixed in the direction of the sunrise.
The rays of this immature bloom are just beginning to color.
One tallboy backlit by the afternoon sun.
And all host to a multitude of pollinators, including variegated fritillary (Euptoieta claudia).