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A field of canola on my farm, looking bright even when the weather wasn't.
Excellent and love the dramatic sky - well processed indeed !
love the colors Beautiful.
Makes a good show Roger. I'm told a lot of sheep stations north west of here have started planting cotton and canola - places like Wee Waa and surrounding areas... Good pic...Bill
Moody and dramatic scene.
A dramatic contrast for sure. Those fields of canola are a beautiful site to see.
great contrasting scene......Mick
A lovely dramatic sky, a great capture.
Super shot....fab colours and sky.
Awesome pic Roger !! The contrast between the beautiful color of the canola and the brooding sky was well caught. Worthy of hanging for sure !!
Thats some dramatic sky. Great image........Sandy
The canola looks good Roger, the sky doesn't, though it makes for a very dramatic photo, hope it didn't do anything to damage your bumper crop!
Excellent shot! The yellow really stands out. The clouds are so dramatic.
Great shot! Love the contrasting colours and very dramatic sky. Pam
A hugely angry sky..love the contrasts of colour too.
Oh my...what an amazing juxtaposition...and I LOVE that moody sky, Roger. Way to capture the moment! Good to see you back too
Wow....dramatic sky. love the color. well captured.
Luv that sky.....A wonderful composition, Roger!
breathtaking image Roger
Very dramatic Roger . A wonderful sky and light . I'm sure that is the same one we call Oil seed Rape ? xx
Mavis, canola is not exactly the same as oilseed rape, following is a quote from Wikipedia. 'Canola is one of two cultivars of rapeseed or Brassica campestris (Brassica napus L. and B. campestris L.). Their seeds are used to produce edible oil that is fit for human consumption because it has lower levels of erucic acid than traditional rapeseed oils and to produce livestock feed because it has reduced levels of the toxin glucosinolates. Canola was originally naturally bred from rapeseed in Canada by Keith Downey and Baldur R. Stefansson in the early 1970s, but it has a very different nutritional profile in addition to much less erucic acid. The name "canola" was derived from "Canadian oil, low acid" in 1978''
I love the contrast here between the sky and the field ...
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