Find your local sunflower field.
Repeat as necessary.
The insect life was fascinating in the field. Like a visual puzzle, once we looked for them, caterpillars emerged everywhere.
Grasshoppers were hanging out.
It was all peace and harmony until I unexpectedly turned my head and got a close up of what I believe are Wheel bugs (part of the Assassin Bug family) who were considering an intimate moment. I ruined their mood and terrified the stranger behind me with a very un-sunflower field-like shriek.
They’re much easier to appreciate when they’re not at the top of your nose.
Even the sunflower field is “friendly” in return. Adventure Buddy came out pollen covered from sunflowers grabbing her.