Sunflowers are one of my favourite flowers and we usually have a bed of them in the garden with a selection of varieties in it. As well as their bright colours and watching how high they grow, when it comes to seed time the squirrels give us amusement as they climb to eat the seeds or store them for the winter. All you can see is the sunflower suddenly bending as if by itself before you spot the squirrel climbing the stalk. This year the sunflowers are thin on the ground so this is the only one that has grown to any kind of glory! I like the tousled look it has. It was a very windy day and it took a while to wait for a still moment.
Canon S90 f/2.00 1/1600 ISO 100. Vignette filter from Nik Collection applied.