6.27.2010

Canola Fields


have you ever liked to wander
simply let the day unfold
maybe take a friend or two
or simply go alone
one never knows what they may find
beauty in details divine
or find a yellow field so fine
that spirit clears
and feels refined
~


visit Today's Flowers to enjoy glorious flowers
~

64 comments:

  1. Wow! Breathtaking color! And I love that second picture, with just the slightest curve to the horizon ... beautiful!

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  2. That yellow hits you right at the back of the eyes. Stunning. :)

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  3. What a beautiful field, Tammy Lee! Amazing!
    Good week, dear.

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  4. what an exquisite find this was...to 'happen upon' such a glorious display of the brightest golden radiance which truly lifted our weariness to a place of energy and beauty!! i loved spending the day with you tammie, as always!!!
    xoxo abigail

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  5. Wow, they are both gorgeous photos! The colors really pop! Well done, Tammie!

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  6. Both pictures really brought out a restful feeling when I saw them..especially the 2nd one! Beautiful!

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  7. Simply beautiful, Tammie!

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  8. Both of these shots are so dreamy. I would spend hours in that gorgeous field under the fantastic sky.

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  9. Incredible shots of an amazing scene!

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  10. it s realy wonderful, great !!! hugh Kathrin

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  11. A gorgeous sight, thank you so much for sharing it with us today.
    An English Girl Rambles

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  12. Thank you so much for this perfect Summer views!!

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  13. Those colors are truly glorious - what a fun filled day that must have been!

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  14. Tammie my sweet friend, do you see glorious scenery like these images often? So much beauty to take in...So cleansing and healing. No wonder you seem so peaceful inside. :) oxx

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  15. I like such journeys, too.

    That is a beautiful, sun-soaked field.

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  16. I had to keep scrolling from one to the other, Tammie - hard to leave that blue sky and brilliant yellow. You've made me smile!

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  17. Wow, Tammie these are wonderful.
    We have a few canola fields near us but not near this color yet and it is relatively new to us.
    Your photos are lovely and thank you for comments on our moon. It was a pure surprize to realize that it was always full off the back of our house. In the winter on a clear night ... it lights our home.
    Very best wishes,
    Barbara

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  18. Those are two absolutely gorgeous photos. Nicely done!

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  19. Wow,what a lovely place! Amazing sight.

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  20. What a wonderful picture and
    the landscape is beautiful!!
    Thank you for sharing.

    "Blessed be the Lord for the beauty of summer and spring, for the air, the water, the verdure, and the song of birds."
    - Carl von Linnaeus

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  21. Stunningly beautiful shot ... the vivid color contrast is superb ... both of them :)

    p.s. nice prose too ...

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  22. Beautiful shots of the field with great sky.

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  23. Yes, indeed! We enjoyed a day like that yesterday...saw some beautiful farms, picked fresh berries...a little too warm but so wonderful! Thanks for sharing the breathtaking photos! Theresa

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  24. I never knew how gorgeous these fields were. Thank you for sharing these images Tammie.

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  25. Wow Tammie such gorgeous fields.
    Thank you for sharing them.

    Have a lovely week ahead.

    " Regina "

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  26. So this is where canola oil comes from? The colour is breathtaking.

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  27. Just beautiful, reminds me of growing up on the farm, take care.

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  28. So beautiful pictures and Words, Tammie! Thanks for this walk...

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  29. I love these pictures, you have such wonderful light out there.

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  30. Gorgeous photos! Their crispness helps me breathe easier here in the sweltering Southeast!

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  31. Really beautiful, Tammie! The colors are spectacular!

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  32. That is some kind of gorgeous.

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  33. Beautiful photos of the canola fields. Canola grows here too and I almost posted a photo of canola fields this morning. :)

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  34. Gosh, 'tis the season already. I always love the vibrant yellow against the blue skies of summer, these are gorgeous.
    Glad I made you chuckle! I was hoping you wouldn't write that off as the cliché of the Frenchmen thinking of nothing but food! ;-)

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  35. Such beauty! What is the yellow?

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  36. What an amazing yellow field

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  37. Tammie -

    oh, what gorgeous, open landscape, what beautiful colours, what perfect peace.....

    simply to let the day unfold, perhaps this is the art of living?

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  38. Ahhhhhh ... how well I know those days of wandering of which you so eloquently speak ... thank you for these beautiful reminders of what the important things in life truly are.

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  39. oh no! looks like heaven!

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  40. ~oh how much i l♥ve to wander about...never knowing what i may see...this is absolutely stunning...so vibrant and warming to ones soul both words and photos...much l♥ve and light to you always~

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  41. How I love the warmth of all that yellow-gold. Beautiful, Tammie.

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  42. Tammie, These photos are breathtaking. I love these fields of gold, (just like Sting's song). The blue sky and clouds in your landscape photo's look very intense and enhances the golden flowers. So very beautiful!:)
    Thank you sweetie, for the lovely birthday wishes and for sending me this photo. You are very kind to think of me.x:)
    I am away for a few weeks sorting out my house. I will speak to you again soon, when I'm more settled.
    Take care.
    Love,
    Jo xx.

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  43. I absolutely love these photos Tammi - especially the second with the barn. I just love your work!

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  44. Tammie - it's like seeing the fields around my house! I biked through them the other day and although the sunflowers aren't out yet - the rapeseed and wheat make a splendid contrast to the blue skies.
    Love your strawberry in the last post too.
    xxx

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  45. Sunlight growing in the fields. Always so good to see this sight.

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  46. gorgeous, gorgeous, truly captivating images.

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  47. Beautiful photos Tammie- Montana is such a beautiful state I have been all through it. And like you wrote to walk through it sometimes "alone" is a touch of heaven....bkm

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  48. Wow, just amazing and so inspiring! Bright wishes, Tammie. Hope you are wonderfully well. xx

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  49. Wow.. such a vibrant colour against that beautiful sky.

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  50. So beautiful...I need my shades!

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  51. ohhh la la! crazy awesome colors, and beautiful sky. Excellent!

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  52. Oh Tammie I still remember vividly how I saw these fields for the first time over 15 years ago in your home country and I was stunned by their sights. I love them. So thanks for reminding me again of their beauty.

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  53. Tammie,
    I have been behind on my bogging so am catching up on this beatiful July morning. Your captures and words are always so inspiring.
    Smiles Barbara

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  54. spectacular colors! reminds me of France, where I saw fields of sunflowers all facing the sun. Thank you Tammie for these precious views.

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  55. Hi Tammie, Just stopping by to say HELLO and see how you are... We love to just get in the car and drive in the country --not knowing where we'll come out. It's just WONDERFUL....

    Have a fabulous 4th of July.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  56. So so beautiful Tammie. When I see your photos and read your poems, it's like I can breath easier.

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  57. Oh, these pictures just fill my eyes with their color and texture. I could stand next to those fields forever.

    Yes, I do often feel exactly that way. I wish Sissy and I could take you with us on one of our walks through the woods and The Abandoned.

    You would see things like we do.

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  58. wow ! they look so beautiful !

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  59. How can one's spirit fail to clear with such beauty and colour?! Gorgeous photos, Tammie!

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  60. If I lived here, I will never get anything done. I will just stare and gaze for hours on end!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie