Bodega Highway, Sonoma County, California, U.S.A. January 31, 2016
Category: Landscape, Uncategorized Tagged: California, landscape, mustard, Photography, plant, Sonoma County, Timothy S. Allen, trees
Guess you are right about early blooms!
They may have borrowed someone’s glow lamps.
Fields of blooming mustard look so beautiful, like an earthbound sea, waves touched by the breeze but free movement dictated by the contours of the land beneath. Things that I miss from childhood in a farming community.
Yes they are beautiful
I like that yellow
It’s beautiful thanks
beautiful pic. we’re having a great red blossom in Israel, if you have a chance I’d love for you to check out some of the pics I took of that blossom in my blog.
I’m really a beginner but I hope you enjoy=D
Thank you and best with all your photographic endeavors.
Yes, , I’ve just been to Israel aka your blog and the reds are beautiful, they appear to me to be Poppies, are they?
great eye, these are poppies;)
That’s a vibrant slice of colour cutting across the hillside, I also like the trees dotting themselves through the solid block of yellow.
Thank you for taking the time to look closely and then comment. I’m very appreciative of you doing that.
A nice contrast to the snow I see outside my window.
To tell you the truth I’d prefer here. Snow is beautiful until you have to shovel it.
Field of gold…admiring the dynamic range of your image. First rate!
Thank you. The mustard flowers are blooming in profusion now.
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