Sunflower fields, like those at Southern Hill Farms of Central Florida is truly a sight to behold. These radiant blooms are not only a symbol of summer but also a powerful symbol of hope and support for veterans and their families. When photographer Dani of DigitalMyst Photography captures the sunflowers in their full glory with families, it creates a visual masterpiece that reflects the beauty of family connection and nature.
Southern Hill Farms, with its sprawling sunflower fields, provides a picturesque backdrop for these photos. As the day draws to a close, the fields take on a mesmerizing quality as they glow in the warm light of the setting sun. The golden hues of the sunflowers seem to dance in harmony with the orange and pink hues of the sunset, creating a breathtaking and serene atmosphere. It's a perfect blend of nature's beauty and the artistic eye!
By collaborating with the Yellow Ribbon Fund, this project not only highlights the captivating beauty of the sunflower fields but also serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of supporting our veterans and their families. The photographs capture not only the physical beauty of the sunflowers but also the metaphorical beauty of unity and support for those who have served their country.
These sunflower photos by Dani of DigitalMyst Photography at Southern Hill Farms, especially at sunset, not only make for stunning visual art but also contribute to a worthy cause, bringing awareness to the needs of veterans and their families in the Tampa and Central Florida area.
To learn more about Yellow Ribbon Fund and what they're doing for veterans and their families, click here.
YRF + DMP
Meet Yellow Ribbon Fund:
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"Yellow Ribbon Fund (YRF) is a 501(c)3 veteran service organization dedicated to serving severely ill and injured post-9/11 wounded service members and their families from every branch of the United States Military following unexpected medical crises. YRF provides programs that make daily life more manageable for the wounded and their family caregivers."
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