Yellow Field

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  1. cosmonaut

    cosmonaut No longer a newbie, moving up!

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  2. LaFoto

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    Oh, the rape's in full bloom in Georgia already? Yellow rape fields are THE thing to see here in May. And they are said to be even more beautiful a bit further up north, where the fields are vast and the area is a bit hilly. I supposed to be beautiful. Must go there once!

    I like the simplicity of your composition here: treeline/horizon in the upper third. Complementary blue and yellow. And very pretty clouds! :D
     
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    Rape = Canola?

    Brings back memories of the Canadian prairies... Making me homesick...

    Nice capture, although I think I'd like it better with more of the bottom cropped out, and I'd bump up the contrast a little...
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, from what I have learned nowhere else but here, on TPF, the Canadians call that crop "canola" as not to use this ambiguous word of "rape".
     
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    Haha, yup! It's Canola to me! Whould you by any chance call corn, mais?
    (sorry if I'm hijacking your thread...)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The German word for what is "corn" in American English is "Mais", indeed, yes, you are right. As far as I know, it can also be called "maize" in British English.

    End of the hijacking! :D
     
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    very pretty image. I just love yellows and blues together!
     
  8. NateS

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    Nice picture. I agree about cropping some of the bottom of the picture. I find the dead area without flower's to be a little distracting. Cropping it to where the start of the flower is at the very bottom would help. Also agree about the contrast bump.
     
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    That is a shot well chosen! Forget about technicalities, here I can smell the fresh country air which make me want to take a deep breath.

    I don't understand why many posters here flooded the thread with stack of pictures for C/C - when in reality what he/she needs is just one good photo.

    Congrats for the nice shot.
     

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