131 Views113 Comments May 31, 2017, 8:24 pm in Real Estate Sunflowers at sunset in Woodland, California [OC] [2400×2400] kathryn_dyer Sunflowers at sunset in Woodland, California [OC] [2400×2400] kathryn_dyer View Reddit View Source Leave your vote 0 points Upvote Downvote Total votes: 0 Upvotes: 0 Upvotes percentage: 0.000000% Downvotes: 0 Downvotes percentage: 0.000000% Share 2400x2400CaliforniakathryndyerOCSunflowersSunsetWoodland See more Previous article Any tips on predicting stocks Next article Springtime in Torrey Pines, near San Diego, CA [OC] [2629 x 1479] 113 Comments Leave a Reply Reply If you build it, they will come Reply This needs to be turned into a poster wow Reply Did you get it this year? I didn’t think any had headed out yet. Reply Uhhh I live there, where is it in particular by 505? Our 113? Out 103, 98? Where? Reply Stole this for my phone’s wallpaper. Thank you very very much Reply Wow, the sunflowers captured my eyes at first and then it drew me to your backdrop and the dark tree against the vibrant backdrop. Nice work! Reply I worked in these fields one summer. Worst experience of my life. Reply very nice Reply I’m guessing off the 113 just west of Knights Landing? Reply Wow!!! beauty of earth Reply wow, this is an amazing photo! Reply Wow. Reply Hey, you found some beauty in Woodland! Great job! Source: live in Woodland Reply I *actually* thought this was a painting at first glance. Reply Is this Woodland? Wheres the drunk guy on a bike Reply This photo just made my day ten times brighter. Thanks for sharing Reply Is this by beamer street? Im in davis Reply Beautiful pic. It really looks like something straight out of a dream. Reply It reminds me of this poetry that mentions sunflowers: The heart that has truly loved never forgets And as truly loves on to the close As the sunflower turns to her god when he sets The same look which she turned when he rose But are they aimed at the setting sun? Reply I’m from woodland to id love to see this in person! Any details on the location Reply Insanely beautiful Reply There’s something mysterious and magical about sunsets that always stirs me no matter how many times I’ve seen them. Adding sunflowers into the picture just makes it so much more wonderful to enjoy, thanks OP! Reply Wow! That looks just amazing… Reply I’ve lived here all my life and never seen a view like this, I feel like I’ve been missing out. Reply This could so easily be a scene from Australia, it’s nice to feel the connection from our landscapes to yours from time to time. Reply Not as beautiful as “La Kora” taco truck. Maaaaaan, the only thing I miss about woodland. Reply I wish every time I go outside the world is this beautiful. Stunning photography! Reply Oh man I love sunflowers 🌻!!! That’s such a gorgeous shot. I also like the kernels roasted in honey. Reply Mother 3 vibes Reply Anyone else notice how the sunflowers are facing the opposite direction from the sun? Reply At this very moment in the town of Cœur d’Cœurs, young Ned was nine years, twenty-seven weeks, six days, and three minutes old. Reply That part of CA has some of the most beautiful sunsets I’ve seen. Reply What lens did you shoot this with? Reply California Dreaming! Reply They look a little deflated that the light is fading but like they are discussing a good, hard day’s sunflowering Reply Crazy, I was born and raised there. Never thought I’d see Woodland on reddit. Reply I did 15 days of community service for Yolo county in my youth(dumb mistake) and spent most of the time in Woodland. There are some beautiful photogenic places near there. Great pic 🙂 Reply u/JemFinnaughty Sunflowers are life. Reply So absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for posting. Reply 😳 wow! Reply I can just imagine standing in the middle of the field, looking at the sky while the wind is blowing. This photo simply takes me to that scene and it’s so peaceful. Reply You know I was thinking this had to be some exotic place in some foreign land that I’d never be able to travel to. But nope, it’s in California. Really puts things into perspective. Reply Lots of mood and emotion in this piece, I haven’t seen that in so long. Captivating and very beautiful. Reply This is the most beautiful portrayal Woodland has ever received…there are no cars on blocks in this field even. Reply Very beautiful Reply Great photo Reply This is beautiful my friend Reply Great shot. The light is fantastic! Reply Excuse me while I save this image for my wallpaper Reply Insanely beautiful Reply That’s true art. I felt something in my stomach, heart and mind at first glance. True art evokes feelings. Great shot ! Reply This looks just like Dressrosa’s Flower Hill from One Piece! Reply Woodland, CA is my birthplace. I’ve never had the chance to visit so I will treasure this picture. Thank you. Reply First the glory hole in berryessa and now this? Yolo county is really coming up in the world Reply There’s a teacher at my school named Kathryn dyer that’s crazy Reply Awesome Photo !!! Thanks for sharing it !!! Reply I always thought sunflowers were beautiful but creepy, the way they face the sun makes it look like they’re all staring into your soul Reply Really surprised by how many people live in the area. Nice picture! Reply I grew up here and now live in Melbourne, Australia. Strange to see my old hometown mentioned in the wild! Reply Holy dynamic range Reply Stunning Reply California is out of control. Reply This peaceful photo makes me feel nostalgic. Reply Lovely 🙂 Reply Kinda reminds me of this piece by Simon Silva: [Dos Mujeres!](http://imgc.artprintimages.com/img/print/print/simon-silva-dos-mujeres_a-g-6351342-0.jpg) Reply Very cool. Reply Such a fantastic shot! Looks like a composite, love that it isn’t!! Wonderful! Reply Amazing work! Following you on Instagram now Reply Amazing work! Following you on Instagram now Reply This is my hometown <3 Reply I’d hang this on my wall in a heartbeat. It’s perfect 💚☀️ Reply Wow something nice out of Woodland for once. Reply That picture is f’n awesome Reply Beautiful!! Reply Photos like this make me inspired yet again to try myself at photography, as it is something I want to try for a long time, since I love photography Reply the composition combined with the coloring of the sky creates such an entrancing and beautiful vibe that the environment is almost surreal. it’s terrifyingly beautiful. Reply This looks like it’s from the movie The Lovely Bones 😮 Reply Some photos people take really make me question if they’re real because of how beautiful they are. Absolutely stunning. Reply Nature is amazing! This is absolutely gorgeouse! Reply Stunning photo! Very soothing summer sunflowers, absolutely fantastic! Was this taken at sunset or sunrise? I love the sunflower fields in this area, they grow so tall. Thank you for sharing! Reply You made Woodland look like a travel destination….most impressive! Lol Reply Oh how beautiful! I love this picture! Reply Man, when I can overlook our politics – California is a beautiful place to live. Reply This is gorgeous, sunflowers are my favorite and the background fits well with the colors.. could I use this as my phone background ? Nice work OP Reply 🌻🌻🌻 Reply Beautiful picture, thanks for sharing. I live in Davis and it is truly gorgeous where we live. My friend who has lived in Woodland for about 70 years calls it Woodpile. I always thought that was a little bit mean (and funny). Reply Very beautiful! Thank you for sharing 🙂 Reply I was born in California, although I’d never admit it to my fellow Portlanders. So was my cousin. At 6 months apart, we were the only granddaughters in the family, and we couldn’t be more different. She was bookish and focused, I was outgoing and easily distracted (most of my elementary school years was spent day-dreaming, as expressed in frustratingly-written report cards from my teachers). Once, I went to visit her house, only to find a collection of various stones she had hoarded. I said I wanted to be a rock collector, and she said no, there could be only one, and it was her. I spent the next five years collecting rocks, long after she had forgotten the story and lost her collection. In the summers, our families would put aside their (many, many, severe) differences and take us to Disneyland–a perk of having family in southern California. On the long, dusty drive from Fairfield to Anaheim, our parents and grandparents would pull out any trick to entertain us and pass the time. Their favorite was the point out the windmills–a feature of California landscape my cousin and I never appreciated until we were adults and ventured back to Disneyland for a nostalgic road trip. We didn’t give a shit about the windmills. We didn’t give a shit about the barren hills and their scraggly turf, or the looming of the approaching cities as we passed. But we loved the sunflowers. Field after endless field of bright, sunny faces whizzing by our own, smiling, bobbing, becoming a blur of yellow, brown and green. What would it be like to run in them, we wondered? To grab their long, prickly stalks in our hands and pull the blooms down to our faces, inhaling deeply as pollen covered our noses, our cheeks, our foreheads? Sunflower seeds came from them–could we pick them out and eat them right there? Our 4-year-old minds said yes. Then the fields would pass, and Disneyland would come, and go, and–eyes leaden with sleep–we would rest our heads against the windows, drifting off to sleep as we searched for the sunflowers, dark yellow suns in a sea of green and black. I remember the sunflowers. Thank you. Reply Holy crap my hometown made it on Reddit! Amazing pic Reply Holy shit I know where that is I live in sacramento Reply I live here! Reply Looks like a scene from Shrek Reply Awe Shrek and Fiona will be running to each other soon Reply Nice photograph! Reply I must visit this magical place ❤ love sunflowers!! Great pic 😍 Reply This is so beautiful omg. Reply I live about 20 mins from here! In some parts of California you can drive past endless sunflower fields and they all turn together to face the sun Reply So surprised that anyone finds anything enjoyable about Woodland. Source: am local. Reply I was just thinking “man, I swear I’ve seen this place before” and then realized I drive 113 through Woodland to get to Vacaville every day. Reply I made this my phone’s wallpaper for a bit. Thank you! Reply I wish that was part of my childhood Reply “The good in her will be my sunflower field” – Eva Reply I am in Davis. May have to swing through woodland tonight before sunset. Thank you. 🙂 Reply This is fantastic! Love it! Great work! Reply God bless Reply This is my hometown! So cool to see this on the front page. Reply Hey, aren’t you the same person who had the favorite tree tunnel north of something? Either way, gorgeous photo! Reply Yay! Something local to Sacramento! Reply This is so beautiful. It’s my favorite post in this sub! Reply Looks like the top of sunflowerhill in one piece Reply I want to gallop my horse through this field for the rest of my life Reply this is an absolutely beautiful photo. composition and exposure are perfect (to me). I love it. 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