Sunflower fields make a gorgeous location for pictures - especially senior pictures. A field of sunflowers is quite a sight to behold. The tall flowers swaying gently in the breeze often serve as inspiration for poetry and art. Bright yellow petals stand out from their green leaves and blue skies. Sunflowers get their name because they are heliotropic. That means their flowers turn and follow the Sun as it crosses the sky. June is the time sunflowers come into full bloom and there is a stretch of highway in Northwest Louisiana filled with sunflowers.
The sunflower trail is a 20-mile drive through the outskirts of Shreveport, traveling through Dixie and Belcher into Gilliam, where the festival is held. It begins on Highway 3049 north between Shreveport and Gilliam and on the Sentell Road Loop, near Dixie Maze Farms. The flowers are in full bloom from mid-June through early July. Families can drive along the trail and take photos in the fields. Blooms generally last for about 3 weeks.
Are you interested in a sunflower session for your senior portraits? Class of 2022 - I've got great news for you! Any class of 2022 senior that books a full session by June 1, 2021 will receive a complimentary sunflower mini session! Be among the first to know when session dates for class of 2022 open up - get on the wait list.
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