Police are warning the public to take "extreme care" when stopping to look at canola crops.
The crops are flowering across southern NSW at the moment and are apparently drawing the attention of many passers-by chasing the perfect photo.
Southern NSW based Murray River Police District said they have multiple complaints of motorists parking in dangerous spots on the road to take photos of this season's flowering canola crops.
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Police also reminded the public it was illegal to enter paddocks to view crops or take photos.
"The public are reminded that it is an offence to enter someone else's property without permission," a police statement said.