WOMEN IN LARGE BRIM HATS

WALK IDLY THROUGH

THE SUNFLOWER PATCH

THE OLD SUNFLOWERS HAVE HEAVY HEADS THAT DROOP LOW IN THE LATE SUMMER

GONE TO SEED THEY PROVIDE FOOD FOR MIGRATING SONGBIRDS

THE SEEDS ARE BORN OF NEONICOTINOID INFUSED PARENTS AND INTOXICATE THE FEEDING BIRDS, PREVENTING THEM FROM ORIENTING THEMSELVES FOR THEIR WINTER DEPARTURE.