Thanks to spring showers,
the young plants of sunflowers
push their way to the glow.
Promptly, they rise vertically,
whirling from east to west
towards the daily luminary.
Once they reach maturity,
they stop facing the Levant,
diverting for ever from the Pyrenees.
And bending under the weight of their seeds,
their capitulum plunges towards the soil,
waiting to be scattered by the breeze.
Information relating to this photography:
- Photographic conditions : Sigma DP3 Quattro - F/11 - 1/6 sec - ISO 100
- Development tool of the photograph : SIGMA Photo Pro 6.6.1
- Optimization of the display : 180 px/in + MozJPEG
Keywords : sunflower, heliotropism, blossom, capitulum, Lauragais, Aude
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This photograph gave rise to the creation of a work of art entitled « Bras de mer » which is part of the « Color Escape » collection of the gallery dedicated to PhotoGraphism.
The partnership established with the company Fine Art America, one of the world leaders in printing technology for works of art on various surfaces (walls, clothes, decorative objects, etc.), allows to offer you a Museum Quality printing of this photographism.
This 50-page booklet entitled « PhotoGraphisme : un nouveau langage artistique », designed for the purposes of the exhibition « PhotoGraphisme : Regards croisés », brings together all 24 works of art on display as well as the photographs from which they were conceived, one facing the other.
Size: 21 cm x 29,7 cm - Cover: Satin coated paper 350g - Glued square back - Sheets: satin coated paper 150g - Printing: Quadrichromy - GTIN : 3701147001246
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