Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh


I took this fresh photo of a sunflower’s stamina when I visited the Kawa-Kawa Hill in Albay last April this year. What is so unique about the place is that on its slopes, pineapple, sunflower, and some vegetables are cultivated to promote agriculture and environmental awareness–when primarily, it is a religious destination. I will share the blog post soon.

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. Bonnie says:

    Just beautiful… the detail in this photo is incredible!!


  2. Beautiful flower and tasty seeds.


  3. john tugano says:

    I think flowers and veggies are something nice to behold thus it is refreshing to the soul.That perhaps the reason on why that certain destination and the flowers around it were correlated.nice captured photo bro.


  4. Allan G. Smorra says:

    I like the way you accented the pattern and color.


  5. bluebee says:

    Fabulous shot of my favourite flower 🙂


  6. The detail is just incredible. What kind of camera do you use?


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Sorry for replying late. I am using Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2.

      Thanks for the compliment and for the time!


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  8. i*Kan says:

    Stunning photo. Love the detail and the colors!


  9. I always wanted to see Albay. Bro, you are blessed to b so close to this amazing places. Great capture of the Sunflower. Reminds me of sunshine and Summers every time.


  10. Extremely gorgeous photo of this sunflower. It is captured with perfect clarity. Very well done … fabulous entry for the challenge.
    p.s. Like the new background and banner on your blog.


  11. Bashar A. says:

    wow…wow…wow… GORGEOUS 🙂


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