Around the last weeks of winter when everything is covered in dirty snow, salt and grit, there comes the first sign of spring.
Seemingly overnight, the fields turn from drab brown to brilliant yellow.
And the trees start waking up.
These are colza fields and they brighten up the landscape for just a few weeks every year so we've begun a tradition of driving through the countryside to get our fill before the harvest.
The yellow of the colza flower is so bright that it turns the landscape into a graphic, abstract tapestry.