Tag Archives: canola
Wandering in Endless Fields of Canola Flowers
One of my Favorite Photos ( Luoping )
Canola or Rape seed Flowers
Canola Fields in Hokkaido
Weekly Photo Challenge: Tiny ( Flowers 3 )
This week’s DP challenge is Tiny.
Photographing flowers with big petals gives you a lot of amazing details.
However, I also like photographing small flowers too.
While travelling in LuoPing, Yunnan, China, I enjoyed not only taking photos of vast fields of canola flowers, but also of the individual flowers.
This is a photo which I got when focusing just on the small flowers.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Today was a Good Day ( Luoping)
We don’t have many days like this, wandering among endless fields of canola or rapeseed flowers.
This place at Luoping, Yunnan is a paradise for photographers.
You can shoot very wide fields of yellow flowers from many vintage points.
Equally, you can walk into the canola field and shoot close ups.
No matter which way you do it, it was a good day spending there, wandering around and having close encounters with nature.
Weekly photo Challenge: Vivid (12)
Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur ( Luoping)
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.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale ( Luoping)
This week’s WPC theme is Scale.
Travelling in Luoping, Yunnan in China was an interesting experience.
It was Spring time. We saw mile and miles of rape seed / canola flower fields.
To appreciate the scale of it, I have retrieved an image which has got a line of buildings at the foothills of the mountains where the fields of yellow flower terminate.
It was a great sight!