Photographer's Note

Here is a second post of the came canola field showing three cyclist on the trail used by the farmer to visit his farm. You can understand by this larger view how I could make a closer shot (previous photo) which gave the impression that the cylist was going through the field.

By the way :Canola is a type of rapeseed and is a Canadian invention; it is characterized by having improved nutritional qualities in both the oil and the meal. Unlike other seeds and plants canola and rapeseed do not have a single Latin name. Canola plants belong to the Brassicaceae (Cruciferae) family that comprises about 350 genera and 3000 species, including Brassica campestris or rapa (TURNIP) Brassica napus (RUTABAGA), Brassica oleracea (CABBAGE and cauliflower) and Brassica juncea (mustard). Canada is the biggest single producer of canola.
(The Canadian Encyclopedia)

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