Rural landscapes: the yellow and blue view

CANOLA AND OIL PUMP, NEAR AIRDRIE, ALBERTA

Every July I go on a Canola hunt, searching for compelling views of the fluorescent blossoming grain. This composition, with an oil pump, hit the jackpot in terms of showing two ubiquitous parts of the landscape in this western Canadian province. I like how this picture gives you a sense of being able to see forever on the epic Canadian prairies.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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One thought on “Rural landscapes: the yellow and blue view

  1. I always love seeing the Canadian canola fields, Frank. Appreciated the oil pump too, both symbols of your Canadian landscape. The brightness of the canola is amazing!

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