Fife's Golden Fields Of Rapeseed.
by Amanda Finan
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Rapeseed oil comes from oilseed rape, a root vegetable and cousin of mustard cabbage. The name comes from the Old English term for turnip rapum. And yes, it comes from these yellow fields you can see in late spring. This one is in Fife Scotland taken on a beaitiful sunny May evening. For more like this and other Scottish landscapes please visit my portfolio, thank you.