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05 June 2009

When I first spotted this distant poppy filed I was impressed. Normally only part of a filed gets a concentration like this. I had to find the filed to take a closer look. I love poppies. When i got to the filed I was in for a surprise. Rather than these poppies growing up amongst a regular crop the poppies were the crop. Initially I assumed it was a filed that had been left fallow and the poppies had taken over as early colonisers. Even so, that didn't account for such an even spread. The give away was the fact that there were crop lines present where an irrigator had been pulled through the field and also, the poppies were planted in rows. You can see this clearly from this shot below.

How wonderful to be able to see fields like this. I can't imagine there will be a big call for such fields though as the only commercial use I can think of for this crop would be for poppy seeds used for toppings on breads. I must admit, though, I didn't realise they used filed poppies for that. anyway, I hope this is a success for the farmer so that maybe we shall see a repeat in following years.


Miriam said...

Poppies! Poppies will put them to sleep! Ahahahahahaha!

Man, I have too much fun with the Wizard of Oz :)

A Margarita said...

So pretty! Now that's something I don't see every day.

John Bryson said...

Now that's what I call a lot of poppies!

Sally T said...

They were reaped a couple of weeks after this so the field is all bare again. Maybe the farmer will plant them again next year.