Grinter Farms (https://www.facebook.com/GrinterFarms) is this wonderful place near Lawrence, Kansas that willingly lets people wander around in their sunflower field. How absolutely AWESOME is that?
And there are a BOATLOAD (well, I would use a more colorful term actually) of people who come out and wander around amongst the big yellow flowers. This year, I and my cohort Jen Wewers were two among many.
It actually took us two trips — we had one quick “golden hour” trip planned, but that turned out to be a little off the mark. (This is what happens when you let two “Ps” out of the house together on a creative adventure — and if you don’t know what that means, let’s just say both Jen and I are easily distracted.) When we arrived, 90 minutes into the golden hour, there were so many people there was not place to park. Listen to that: there was no place to park in the middle of nowhere Kansas! No place — let alone a proper place. (And there are parking rules, Jen looked them up).
The second trip was way before the golden hour, and the flowers were a little past their prime, but it was still an amazing experience and I like the images I got while there. Have a look …