Sunflower No2. David A Lockwood Black & White. 22/01/201624/01/2016 Another 🙂 Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedFlowers.Micro-NIKKOR 55mm f/2.8 AI-sNikon D800 Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 22/01/201624/01/2016
8 thoughts on “Sunflower No2.”
Ah, lovely photo.
Many thanks Nandini,
Oh, and welcome back. If you want to gloat watch the snowstorm that’s just beginning to hit Washington DC!
I have not checked the news yet so not sure how the storm is progressing; hope everyone is safe. Having lived through a bad one, I can only sympathise. I do love snow though, especially when it is deep & crisp.
It is a pleasant 22c here at the moment 🙂
I love the Fibonacci sequence! And of course all the ‘flowers’ are at the heart of the sunflower. I like sunflowers, when they first came to Europe they were referred to as Peruvian Chrysanthemums. I get it was a joy to see them…and nice lighting.
The mathematical certainty of nature – it does make one wonder….
They were a nice surprise, alone with plenty of petunias that I had intentionally planted.
Beautiful: composition, light and treatment.
Thank you John,
I was so pleased seeing these flowers after all the rain and cold weather I had while in UK – out with both my Nikon F2 & D800 taking advantage of the morning light.