So, this is a little different. I generally take pictures of big stuff. Big skies or big scenes. Or if not something big then I like a large range of light and color. It's just what appeals to me. But have you ever stopped to look at things really closely? Or backward, or in this case from underneath?
We'll call these sunflowers of some sort. They were in a planter in the middle of strip mall in Boulder, Colorado. I had a little time to kill so I started nosing around the underside and inside of these planters. I think it's very cool. The top of the flowers are really pretty but anyone can take that sort of photo.
Told you it was different. If you check out the location on this post I even got the exact parking lot right. I guess you have to trust me on that but I did. Serious. :-)