All the yellow rape has long since faded and we are left with the rather dull green crop now. On our walk through Rowney Woods we walked through the crop and noticed some wild wheat growing. I’ve recently got a 14-24 lens which is mega wide and I’m slowly learning how to use it. I wasn’t really expecting to take a picture like this but, at f2.8 the depth of field is amazing really isolating the wheat against that background of rape.

Wild Wheat

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