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​Hanoi youths pose with yellow canola flowers as winter approaches

Saturday, December 09, 2017, 20:57 GMT+7
A boy takes a photo of his friend at the canola field.
A boy takes a photo of his friend at the canola field.
Many people visit the field.
Many people visit the field.
A group of friends review the pictures they have taken.
A group of friends review the pictures they have taken.
A girl poses with the blooms.
A girl poses with the blooms.
A group of young girls take a wefie among the yellow flowers.
A group of young girls take a wefie among the yellow flowers.
A couple create sweet memories at the canola terrace.
A couple create sweet memories at the canola terrace.
A young girl poses with the canola flowers.
A young girl poses with the canola flowers.
A canola field is filled with its signature yellow blooms in a Hanoi suburb. Photo: Tuoi Tre
A canola field is filled with its signature yellow blooms in a Hanoi suburb. Photo: Tuoi Tre

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