Fields of Gold

Sam Sneddon

Dandenong North, Australia

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I went away to shoot the Grampians in western Victoria one Spring and on my way out there passed dozens of canola fields. For years I had shot canola fields hoping to get that ideal shot, but I mean normally there isn’t anything to see except a mass of yellow and maybe the odd tree. Not really all that interesting if you ask me. During my travels I kept a keen eye out hoping that I’d spot something in a field that was different. No luck. I spent a few days in the Grampians and headed home. I did the same thing, kept my eye on the fields looking for a point of interest and as I came over a hill there it was: an old blue-stone house sitting right smack bang in the middle of the canola field. I then spent the next half an hour tracking down the fields owners for permission and then spent a couple of hours shooting it. This is one of my favourites.

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