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Corn Flowers in Swaying Cornfields

I already had an exhausting time with poppy photography. But the second cornfield flower is the actual corn flowers. Their blue is so bright and brilliant. Especially because blue is not a very common color in nature. In the golden … Continue reading

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In Europe’s fields the poppies blow

“In Flanders fields the poppies blow” is the beginning of a poem of Lt. Colonel John McCrae of the WWI. One of many other war poems with poppies, Poppies are the most beautiful flower beside corn flowers – for me … Continue reading

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Bee Flower Power

Wild flowers are incredibly beautiful. For many years, decades I haven’t seen much of them. Especially the ones in the corn fields. The blue corn flowers, the red poppies and the white oxeye daisies. This year I found so many … Continue reading

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An Evening in the Rape Field

Have you ever smelled blooming rape? There is a sweet, honey-like scent all over when the huge fields of rape start to bloom. Endless bright yellow fields, surrounded by fresh green just coming out in spring under a dark blue … Continue reading

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Hidden Lake in the Woods

Some days on my way home from shopping I took another road than normally and passed in an area with woods. Honestly I know that road for a while but never take it on the way home. This time I … Continue reading

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