Friday, 24 April 2015

yellow...

{this moment}

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{this moment} ~ A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. If you're inspired to do the same, leave a link to your 'moment' in the comments for all to find and see.

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It's that time of year again when your turn a corner and everything suddenly shouts YELLOW...

inspired by amanda soule...I know I broke the rules...I couldn't  pick just one photo and I had to say something...


13 comments:

  1. gorgeous!! What is the plant? A mustard plant? I'm glad you didn't pick just one.

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    1. It's rapeseed grown to produce a local oil. I think it's also called canola and is in the mustard family. I love that time of year when all the fields just spring to life with brilliant yellow. Like the first snow flakes I always get a thrill.
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  2. hello debby,
    the canola field looks fantastic!!!!
    blessings, regina

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    1. I know it's amazing regina.
      Have a great weekend.
      debx

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  3. The fields around here look wonderful too, but I can't say I am too keen on the scent of rapeseed.

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    1. The perfume is really heady. I love the sent of the blossom but I know it's not good for hay fever sufferers. I don't hang around too long or I start sneezing.
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  4. And what a yellow it is too! We don't have too much of it around here but where I went to school the fields all around were either yellow with rapeseed or blue with linseed - very pretty but very sneezy too!

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    1. Oh I haven't seen any linseed blossom that must be really pretty. I agree about the sneezing though.
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  5. reminds me of the fields in Normandy we saw last year about this time.....they were breathtaking as are your photos!!! (one just doesn't do it justice....glad you added more!)

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  6. Thanks Steph. I know it's hard to capture that moment when the sun is shining and the yellow is so vibrant.
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  7. Oh, my goodness...my mouth is dropped in awe of the beauty of that magnificent, yellow field! What beautiful photos! I can't wait for some color in our landscape.

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  8. Oh, my goodness...my mouth is dropped in awe of the beauty of that magnificent, yellow field! What beautiful photos! I can't wait for some color in our landscape.

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    1. I know Emily the colour was amazing. The blossom was just out and the sun shining brilliantly. Spring is just so colourful isn't it?
      Hope everything blossoms soon for you.
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