Blue cornflowers and poppies


Blue cornflower, 2 July 2016

2 July 2016. To the fields of Corversbos nature reserve. Where this blue cornflower grew.

Blue cornflowers, 2 July 2016

There was more than just one blue cornflower.

Blue cornflowers, on 2 July 2016

And more than just a few blue cornflowers.

Chiffchaff, chaffinch, blackbird, song thrush and robin sounds.

Long-headed poppies, 2 July 2016

And these long-headed poppies were present as well.

A great spotted woodpecker called.

A buzzard circled in the air.

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