29 September 2012

Fencing in the canola

What's not to like about yellow?! And lots of it injected into the landscape and horizons as you drive the Golden Highway right now. Such a pick-me-up, such a delight.  Rains are predicted inland for this long-weekend; I do hope it isn't untimely or damaging to these crops.






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11 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

The second one looks like a lake with yellow water.

TexWisGirl said...

it does make for some gorgeous landscapes. :)

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

What's not to like? Well, the smell of it for one thing! It certainly looks stunning though.

Montanagirl said...

That yellow really lights up your landscapes! I like these a lot.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

The fields of yellow are really pretty. What kind of crop is it.
The second photo is my favorite with the mountains/hills in the background and the fluffy clouds.

Jan Castle said...

It really makes a lovely picture...bet it's amazing in person!
Paper Hugs,
Jan

Carole M. said...

Well I was interested to read your comment John that canola doesn't smell nice! I've never gotten close enough to find that out; just as well it looks as good as it does then!


Barb - it's a canola crop (a.k.a rape-seed or mustard); we call it canola, for kitchen-oil-production.

Digi-Irma said...

Beautiful landscapes Carole, the yellow is amazing.
Have a nice weekend!!

Laura said...

Love your photos of the canola crop...a stunningly beautiful view! The first time I saw canola growing was in Canada about 5 years ago. Thanks for sharing a bit of your world with us!
hugs,
Laura H.

Judy said...

Beautiful!! I love the cloud shadows in the first capture!!

Filip and Kristel said...

Like your first picture.

Greetings,
Filip