A pair of bold yellow sunflowers on a late summer afternoon.
These sunflowers were situated atop a precipice that overlooked a tiny fishing-hole carved deep into the outer crust of the hills south of Asan, S. Korea. It was only after an extensive search on Google Maps that I discovered the name of the lake to be 송석지, and the closest settlement was not Asan or Yesan but actually a small hamlet of a village named Songseok-ri (송석); both of which were not labeled on the large map which I spread out upon returning home. Cresting over the hills and winding down, along the narrow roads, I came upon a sun filled lake, light glinting off it was slate blue waters. While it was visible from the road, I decided to take a detour from traveling to nowhere in particular and enjoy the pleasant summer evening.
Camera: Nikon D3100, 18-55mm lens