In my previous post I shared that I aspired to photograph the incredible sunflowers found in this area, but did not have the right stuff (equipment or ability) to get it done.
I searched for photos on-line and found the one above – beautiful! I contacted the photographer and he gave me permission to post his shot AND was kind enough to even send me a close-up. These shots of the “Hunter Sunflower” were taken in 2013 by Rich Lofthus, a professor of history at Mount Marty College. Rich says Hunter is about an hour north and west of Fargo, North Dakota; a small town in the Red River Valley, one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world.
Thank you Rich, for sharing!