This may be a picture you saw in a dream. . . . . . .
Or maybe a picture you saw when you just woke up still trying to clear your eyes and come to your senses.
But the truth is that this picture has been blurred using a software. I am not sure whether you like this and I am not too sure about it either!
The picture was taken in Luoping, Yunnan, China.
The hills are interesting – are they natural?
Yes, 100% natural!
This photo reminds me of the Wizard of Oz, when Dorothy and friends fall asleep in the poppy field (although I think the poppies were red).
I like poppy fields too, they remind me of Monet’s painting!
this is so lovely!
I like it! The photo seems to have a magical quality.
I am glad that you like my photo!
Which part of Yunnan, I mean?
Please see Wiki:
Luoping County (Chinese: 罗平县; pinyin: Luópíng Xiàn) is located in Qujing Prefecture, Yunnan, China.
The county of Luoping in eastern Yunnan is noted for its beautiful scenery in spring, when its fields of canola (also known as rapeseed) flowers are in full bloom, surrounding the area’s mountains with a sea of golden flowers to spectacular effect.
In all my years in China, I regret not exploring Yunnan, XinJiang and climbing the ChangBaiShan… I should go back to China one day
Should go back one day!
Oh!!, this is just going along the domed back of the Dragon. He is just laying there, in somnolence, dreaming with its true magic yellow valley.
Oh!!, “canola flowers” in bloom??!!. That’s a really big section of land. Beautiful!!. Thank You.
Just vast fields of yellow!
This reminds me of a scene from a popular Hindi film! 🙂
Haven’t seen a lot of Hindi films but have seen Bollywood films!
They are the same 🙂
Please forgive my ignorance!
I know absolutely nothing about your world so that’s ok 🙂
Very nicely done…again
Very beautiful Michael, made me smile big 😀
Hi Irene, I am glad that you like the yellow flowers!
I really do and the mountains behind complete the photo 😀
That’s very good. I have blurred the picture, I have photos with yellows flowers throughout, but I thought I need a picture with mountains as background so that they are not that blurred to give the contrasts 🙂
Delightful! Your humble admission that the photo was blurred is such a sweet and refreshing trait I’ve noticed often in your blogging and draws me back to see what you have to share next. Keep it up! “)
Hi Janjoy52, I think I am just being honest to myself – the un-blurred photo maybe a more interesting photo! Regards, Michael