What beautiful photography. I found you because you are a follower on my new blog. I am inspired to get my camera manuel out and read through it so I can take pitures with manuel settings. I have managed to figure out how to switch to black and white (haha). I have always thought it would be to hard to learn. I will give it a try.
perfect shot...perfect flower.i love it!ToOdLeS.
Nice shot. I have some sunflower of my own.
Awesome, just like a sun in the sky!
You are the sunshine of many as your follower #'s reveal - i remember not long ago you were shooting for 600 and now you're approaching double that number-kudos!
Ilike sun flower!it revolves according to the sun's postures.no other than only sun flower behaves like alive !i love this life giver flower.alot of encomuim goes to you as you have granted a due respect on your beautiful blog.
You gotta love a sunflower. Great shot with that blue sky. BTW, I did a whole post on the sunflower fields in the countryside of France on my Paris blog!
Wonderful! I too am trying to use my little camera's other settings after following your blog.
Oh, this is LOVELY!!
Love the angle! Such a pretty flower! :)
I have seen many photographs of sunflowers as it was my grandson's favorite flower. My sweet little daughter always goes to the farmer's market when sunflowers are in bloom to buy a huge bunch to take to the cemetery, so I always pay special attention to sunflowers (and hummingbirds) and this is the most beautiful by far of any that I have seen. You sure know how to use that camera!!!!!
I don't think my comment was recocognized for some reason! If not, I want to tell you I have seen many, many photographs of sunflowers as it was my grandson's favorite flower of all. I pay special attention to sunflowers (and hummimgbirds) and this is, by far, the most beautiful I have seen!! You sure know how to use that camera!!!!
love the perspective, the composition, the colors. Marvelous!
Beautiful colour. The light can be just a flower.oa.s
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