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    Canola is good this year

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    I snapped this earlier in the week in my travels, in between all the rain we have been having.
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    Always a lovely sight to see, whereabouts was this taken.. And wish we could get some rain.
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    Lovely contrast between the crop and that gloomy sky with the old house for more interest.

    So, just to add some confusion, is it Canola or maybe Mustard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Anne View Post
    Always a lovely sight to see, whereabouts was this taken.. And wish we could get some rain.
    We would gladly send you some of our rain this year Mary Anne - This was taken on Lower Mt Duneed Rd, opposite the Bellarine Airfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza View Post
    Lovely contrast between the crop and that gloomy sky with the old house for more interest.

    So, just to add some confusion, is it Canola or maybe Mustard?

    Down here canola is an annual feature of our local spring landscape. The intense yellow is so bright!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza View Post
    Lovely contrast between the crop and that gloomy sky with the old house for more interest.

    So, just to add some confusion, is it Canola or maybe Mustard?
    I should have clarified that I actually do like mustard on my hot dogs and burgers.

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    I've seen a lot of canola over the last few weeks travel. Quite a bit of it is not planted but growing as a week.
    While it's stunning to see I still struggle to deal with the colour in the Oz landscape.

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    Beautiful capture nicholas

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