Fields of Gold


“Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.” – Anthony J. D’Angelo.

Brilliant yellow canola fields dot Canada’s prairie in midsummer. Canola is part of the mustard family of plants and the oil made from the seeds is used for cooking and baking. Canola oil can also be used to make biodiesel and bio-plastics. This image was captured in southern Alberta; the arresting radiance of the field glowing warm under an approaching summer storm. This is the information that appears on the back of this photo card which is blank inside. Postage is included in the listed price for Canadian orders of individual cards. Postage will be extra to all other destinations.


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