Also called Batchelor's Button. These were also taken on Hayling Island, adjacent to the sunflower fields.
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©UdoSm said:

Oh, a beautiful meadow, full of these beautiful flowers.
In the past, they were seen along with the poppies on almost every side of the road. Long, long ago it was...
6 weeks ago

trester88 said:

Eine farbenfrohe Blumenwiese!
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Rosalyn Hilborne said:

What a beautiful and colourful field it must be Keith. I love this shot with great colours and splendid detail.
6 weeks ago

Fred Fouarge said:

Schitterende opname Keith
Hartelijke groeten FRED
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HappySnapper said:

Love these Keith, they seem to attract quiet a large variety of butterfly and would brighten any meadow.
6 weeks ago

Jaap van 't Veen said:

A real explosion of colours.
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Keith Burton said:

Thank you everyone............much appreciated.
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Jean said:

Beautiful colour. It’s lovely to see them growing in such profusion.
6 weeks ago

Keith Burton replied to Jean:

Thanks Jean.

The field of cornflowers is huge and has been grown in the shape of the initials N H S as a tribute. Unfortunately you can't see that from ground level. This video ( by Bob the Drone) will give you an Idea though: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAqeOZAYr_A
6 weeks ago

HappySnapper replied to Keith Burton:

Brilliant Video Keith and a wonderful Tribute. Seen in P.O.M 4/3rds.
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Keith Burton replied to HappySnapper:

Thanks Maurice. The displays seem to get bigger and better each year! Glad you liked the shot, but I can't take any credit for the video (unfortunately)..!!
6 weeks ago