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Ballyboughal, Fingal North Co Dublin. Est Feb '08

Fields of Gold

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There is nothing quite like that summer feeling. Be it a stroll down Grafton street, a trip to your favorite park or chilling outsie your favourite coffee shop lapping up the sunshine, it can really make your day.

Yesterday while heading up the back roads of Ballyboughal to collect Peter on route to Malahide Marina for the Lombard On the Water Boat Show The first thing to fill the car was the scent, it was magic. I had to stop the car and take a few snaps, there was nothing but fields and fields of Brassicae napus, more commonly know to most in the kitchen as rapeseed oil.

Rapeseed oil crop field

6 Comments

  1. … but I got there first…. ?!!! brassicae napus.. ooh!!

    peter

  2. Stall the capall rása there Aido…
    is that picture not sinapsis arvensis also of the brassicaceae family ‘known to those in the kitchen as charlock or wild mustard ???

    peter
    ps ha! ha!

  3. I’ll leave that up to you to decide mate. To me it’s a fine yellow smelly thing LOL

    Yes, Ted you got their first. Good work 😉

  4. ah.. now that’s funny!

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