Sunflower Fields Forever

The alarm started its horrible blaring after 4am this morning. After slapping the snooze once I pried myself out of bed, grabbed a light breakfast and my gear before heading out the door to pick up my friend Dave. Our goal today was to shoot a field of sunflowers as the first light of day hit them. We got there early enough to see the mist rising from the fields as temperatures started warming up from the cooler evening.

Foggy Morning on the Sunflower Field

Foggy Morning on the Sunflower Field

Getting there early gave us time to check a few different potential spots before the sunlight hit the sad, droopy flowers. As the sun hit them they slowly began to perk up. and I was told by later that day they would be fully perked up and ready for their shots.

Awakening

Awakening

Eventually the bees started waking up and flying about to collect pollen. I was able to get a few shots as they went about their business.

Gathering Pollen

Gathering Pollen

We had one more outing planned for this evening but first it was nap time.

This entry was posted in Flower Photography, Local Photography, Macro Photography.

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  1. DaveHook August 18, 2013 at 13:36 #

    I like the macro of the bee. Nice and sharp. I still maintain that some of those bees were dead.

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