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Turning into the sun again. I always love to see them do that. There used to be a big field of sunflowers on a local farm by a public footpath. It was a joy to see them all twisted around, facing into the sunshine. The farmer dug them all up to create more pheasant hatcheries. There is big money in killing harmless birds in Beetley.
Best wishes, Pete.
These are poppies…..
I did know that, but I used to like that field of sunflowers too. 🙂
Beautiful Sue 😀
Yellow flowers always seem so cheerful.
Yes, they do!