Animals and Nature - Vitae – A Photographic Journey


Capturing the symbiotic relationship between animals and plants. Seen here with the little bee enjoying the pollen of the Sunflower, who in turns help spread the pollen for cross fertilization.

During growth, sunflowers tilt during the day to face the sun, but stop once they begin blooming. This tracking of the sun in young sunflower heads is called heliotropism. By the time they are mature, sunflowers generally face east. (Source: Wikipedia)

This picture was taken with the Iphone 5, on farmland just outside Tainan, Republic of China. The saying is true, that the best camera that you have, is the camera that you have in your hands at that very moment.