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Trip to Canola Fields - Addicted To That Yellow

Recently I had a trip to Cowra Shire located in Central NSW, 310km drive due west from Sydney, which is famous for its beautiful canola fields. It was my first visit to the town and that yellow colour shown in front of my eyes was just mesmerizing. So here we go.
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This trip was organised by the club, Sydney Korean Photographic Society and I had a chance to learn a lot from many talented landscape photographers. Wonderful time I had and it really made me want to buy SUV :) Although I love my poor Toyota Corolla, but mate, you are just not good enough for the country town. 

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Thanks for visiting.


  1. such a pretty sight and captured beautifully! I would love to visit Cowra and the canola fields there as well. May I ask how did you find them? Is there a particular address/name to pin point the fields on the map?
    Thanks so much in advance =)

    1. Thanks Linh. I don't really have much information as I was just following the experienced group. However, checking out Cowra information centre would be good, Especially check the good dates to visit when the canola flowers are fully blooming for the best shots.


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