Rural landscapes: the rolling ocean of yellow

CANOLA FIELD, NEAR CALGARY, ALBERTA

July is canola season, when random fields in this western Canadian province glow with flourescent, in-your face atomic yellow. It’s a great time to just cruise country roads looking for these fields. This example was particularly compelling because the prairie slough added a great visual element.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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One thought on “Rural landscapes: the rolling ocean of yellow

  1. Truly outstanding photo, Frank. I would someday like to set eyes upon the Canadian canola fields, but this photo is a terrific way to satiate me until that day.

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