#ModesofFlight #LandscapePhotography | II
For those who know me well enough, I’m far more partial to trees than flowers. Every now and then, nevertheless, I’ll find a flower worth admiring. That’s how I came to make this shot. Kim and I were cruising through North Carolina when we saw literally thousands of these sunflowers growing wild along the highway.
It had been a long day of road tripping, and the sun was getting ready to go down when we came across these. Of course, we had to pull over.
Oh that is just gorgeous…my favourite over all others.
I took quite a few shots. I’m going to work on a B/W image of at least one of them soon.
Gorgeous evening sunlight and flowers are awesome! There are a lot of mood in this picture for me.
Thank you. I have to say, this picture is particularly more impressive when viewed large.
Your pictures place me right to the scene on them. They make me feel I am there and see what is happening with my own eyes.
Thank you so much, Alexander! I appreciate that tremendously!
I like the compressed perspective and the changes between light and shadows in this photo of sunflowers. It’s a beautiful photo.
Thank you, Otto.
They are beautiful Allan – great shot!
Much appreciated, Joan.