What I like the most about this picture, taken in Tapalpa, Mexico, is the purple grayish sky at the back. A big storm was coming and the wind was blowing hard, I believe this is what made these flowers look more beautiful and purple-er than ever. I promise they don´t look this alive in a sunny clear day.
Photographer: Alejandra Sierra (Guadalajara, Mexico) Registered
Alejandra Sierra studied International Relations at the Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education, and has been working with photography for the past 2 and a half years. She has taken courses at the Universitary Center of Audiovisual Media at Guadalajara and at The Internacional Center of Photography at New York. She has worked on food and architecture photography, but she specializes in macro, animal and travel photography. Alejandra´s goal with photography to appreciate daily life things and to look at them with a different perspective. She, who currently resides in Guadalajara, Mexico, is studying and practicing to become an outstanding photographer and to challenge people to dare to see common things from a new and unique point of view.