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Floral Souls: Burning Sun

Thousands of flowers opened and colored the meadow yellow
then they rose up and illuminated the morning horizon
only one flower remains and follows the heavenly arch
burning sun, floating on the wind.

Yellow flowers are the hardest thing to photograph with my technique. Because of the overexposure, the yellow parts almost always become one big yellow area without nuances. That is why I am very happy with this photo…

‘Burning Sun’ is a new photo in the gallery ‘Floral souls’, a gallery with flowers like you have never seen them before…

Have a beautiful Tuesday !

Burning Sun - Abstract realistic fine art floral photography by Jacob Berghoef

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