Wordless Wednesday: England’s Green and Pleasant Land

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9 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: England’s Green and Pleasant Land

  1. Christina says:

    They look a bit sparse and sad. Are tehy self-seeded from last year’s crop?

    • Cathy says:

      🙂 no, it’s part of a field of sunflowers, not what you would normally see in the UK! I have certainly never seem them before although there are occasionally fields of flax round here, presumably grown for the seeds or oil from the seeds so I guess the sunflowers are the same

  2. hoehoegrow says:

    Reminds me of parts of France ! Not what I would usually associate with English vistas !

  3. Chloris says:

    Such a cheery sight. Not one you see very often in the UK.

  4. Brian Skeys says:

    On first sight I thought of France. They could be grown for bird food.

    • Cathy says:

      Yes, it made me think of France too – so incongruous to see them, and as you can’t see them from any roads I wouldn’t have known they were there if a friend hadn’t passed them on her walk

  5. rickii says:

    wish our field looked like that…imagine the bird activity

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