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How magical are those summer fields  near Burgas  in Bulgaria? I spotted those  rapeseed flower  carpets last night and I couldn't stop sm...

How magical are those summer fields near Burgas in Bulgaria? I spotted those rapeseed flower carpets last night and I couldn't stop sm...

How magical are those summer fields  near Burgas  in Bulgaria? I spotted those  rapeseed flower  carpets last night and I couldn't stop sm...

How magical are those summer fields near Burgas in Bulgaria? I spotted those rapeseed flower carpets last night and I couldn't stop sm...

9,777 Likes, 81 Comments - George Steinmetz (@geosteinmetz) on Instagram: “Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz  A sea of yellow rapeseed flowers is the big money…”

9,777 Likes, 81 Comments - George Steinmetz (@geosteinmetz) on Instagram: “Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz A sea of yellow rapeseed flowers is the big money…”

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz // A sea of yellow rapeseed flowers is the big money maker for the villages near Xinghua, China. The wetland was excavated into network of fields and canals long ago, but now the locals make more money from #agrotourism every April than they do from the oil rich seeds that are pressed for cooking oil, or the taro that grows in the summer. The farmer who put me up slept in his car this last weekend to have one more room to rent! On #onassignment…

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz // A sea of yellow rapeseed flowers is the big money maker for the villages near Xinghua, China. The wetland was excavated into network of fields and canals long ago, but now the locals make more money from #agrotourism every April than they do from the oil rich seeds that are pressed for cooking oil, or the taro that grows in the summer. The farmer who put me up slept in his car this last weekend to have one more room to rent! On #onassignment…

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz  Rapeseed flowers are grown for vegetable oil, but here in Xinghua, China the locals have learned that they earn more money from agro-tourism.  For a few weeks each April many nearby farmhouses are turned into hotels and restaurants, as the visitors come to explore the yellow labyrinth by foot, boat, and ultralight aircraft.  #onassignment yesterday for @natgeo  For a closer view, go to @geosteinmetz

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz Rapeseed flowers are grown for vegetable oil, but here in Xinghua, China the locals have learned that they earn more money from agro-tourism. For a few weeks each April many nearby farmhouses are turned into hotels and restaurants, as the visitors come to explore the yellow labyrinth by foot, boat, and ultralight aircraft. #onassignment yesterday for @natgeo For a closer view, go to @geosteinmetz

139.4k Likes, 411 Comments - National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz  Rapeseed flowers are grown for vegetable oil, but…”

139.4k Likes, 411 Comments - National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz Rapeseed flowers are grown for vegetable oil, but…”

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