I liked that the flower didn't seem to fit in the environment, and that it's so bright, and looks so large.
I love this image. I live in the Sierra foothills of California and gardening is one of my hobbies. Each spring I challenge myself to grow more varieties of sunflowers.
Sunflowers have taken on a new meaning since reading Simon Weisenthal's The Sunflower. Your lone sunflower is a powerful image. May I have permission to post it on my blog?
Where is the actual location of the photo?
You are more than welcome to use this photo. I took it in a parking lot in downtown Salt Lake.
- Jade Lubeck
This picture caught my eye in a good way. It is interesting how in the background there is something inorganic and in the foreground there is a beautiful sunflower! Also how the background still stands out even though it is behind the sunflower. :)
I'm designing a new header for the youthvoices website, and was curious if you would allow me to use some of your work in the design? Let me know if that would be permissible.
Yeah, your welcome to anything i put up!
I see both your works in the header as we speak. Great job both of you!
I'm a student at Judge Memorial Catholic High School in Salt Lake City, Utah.