Celebrating the joy and beauty of life through pictures!

Dream Day Sunny Sunflower


Though spring has passed from the colorful season of flowers, yet nature has its course of cycle to bring forth the abundance of life in its own way. I was out shooting the other day and came across a field bloomed with wide-spread of sunflower. The color of its’ yellow flower and green foliage brings a wonderful feeling of joy, delight and good spirit. In fact, walking through the field gives you a sense of freedom.

Sunflower also know as “Helianthus annuus” possesses the ability to track and follow the sun direction. They grow best under full sunlight on a clear day with large flower head and petals in a circular shape.  The wide flower head makes a good landing pad for insect especially butterflies and bees. Below are two shots which I’ve taken and hope you enjoy…Cheers!

Bright Yellow Big Sunflower Fine Art Photography

Close up view of sunflower with large green foliage

Close Up Sunflower Photograph

An open field of sunflower plantation with star burst effect

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Check out the link below for more of my beautiful flower photography artworks.

1. Artistic Yellow Wildflower of The field

2. Wild Wood Flowers

3. Season Of Flowers, Teeming With Life

4. Beauty of Flowers

“or see all my fine art flower collection at my online gallery here

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About:

Paul Chong is a landscape fine art photographer base in Shanghai, China. He is dedicated to capture the beauty of nature scenery in which he also creates colorful fine art photograph for sale in various format and sizes, featuring museum archival quality fine print. Some of his work can be seen published in various magazine, website, event brochure and flyer.

He owned a collection of magnificent artwork which can be seen by visiting his online gallery atwww.paulchong.photoshelter.com

Copyright © 2012, Paul Chong Photography, All rights reserved.

Email: paulchongphotography@gmail.com

China Contact: +86 1376 4064 081 (GMT +8 hours)

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2 responses

  1. Love the star-burst effect in the last one. Great work Paul.

    June 22, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    • Thanks Jeff. I tried a few shot of that particular angle especially since the sunlight is strong. Had to make sure the light source is just right from behind the leaf to avoid over exposure.

      June 23, 2012 at 10:48 am

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