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Time for Sunflowers

This is a discussion on Time for Sunflowers within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Hello. I thought I would post this shot. Even in germany bad weather can sometimes bring out good photo opportunities ...

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    Hello. I thought I would post this shot. Even in germany bad weather can sometimes bring out good photo opportunities :-)

    I had recently found this beautiful field of sunflowers. The last days here were quite rainy and as two days ago in the evening the clouds started to break up a bit I drove back to this field. It was great!
    Before taking this shot I had plenty of different cloud formations in the sky and good light.

    This is as so often these days once again the very last shot of a shooting. happens quite a lot that I'm out shooting for more than an hour but only when I'm leaving I take the special shot. Here it was the stormy sky appearing again which made the shot for me. hope you like it.

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    That is an awesome capture mibriet!

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    That is an awesome capture !
    I like the tones, sharpness, composition.
    Well done !
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    Excellent shot! Well processed!

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    Stunning and striking image. I am itching to find a sunflower field to shoot.
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    What a wonderful image. I was going to nominate it but JAS beat me to it.
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    Gorgeous shot. way moody - way cool. The juxtaposition of sunflowers and storm clouds is awesome.
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    Excellent shot - Really stands out! Well done

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    thank you!!

    Always good to see if a shot from (nearly) the backyard is received so well! Shows me that I don't always have to travel to distant countries to get the shot :-)

    cheers

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    Fun, Fun, Fun!!!!

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