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Canola


Here's the reason for this trip.  I wanted to see the canola fields in flower.

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  1. Beautiful! This reminds me of the blooming mustard fields in Rajasthan, India. I had to look for canola, but even in portuguese I haven't heard of it before. Shame on me! :-)

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  2. Lovely picture. Is it in full bloom? I seem to remember them in Victoria being more yellow with no green showing. They are a magnificent scene.

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  3. Lovely - I especially like those tracks you can see going off into the distance.

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  4. JM, it is probably called Rape Seed in your part of the world.

    Diane, no it was not fully out hence not quite as yellow as I hoped.

    Megan, I noticed those tracks too and was careful to get them into the image.

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