No, it's a frothy kind of flower - look it up, Nick. It's a beautiful sight. :-)
You take me a little too literally; I didn't mean sunflower - but never mind.
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Thanks, Jayachandran.Nick - what did you mean then?
sun flower? - a flower thriving in the sun (from your '...take the sunniest route'); not sunflower - helianthus. But as I say, never mind, I was being just too clever-clever (or maybe not clever-clever enough).
Right, got it. Yes, they must like the sun, since they're usually out in August and early September, though they like being near water too. These ones were by the Thames.
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