On Bank Holiday Monday we went for a walk, and came upon an unexpected sight – lovely sunflowers nodding their heads in a West Yorkshire field.

They overlook a field of wheat, sprinkled with poppies and other wildflowers, which has been grown as food/ ground cover for the partridges and pheasants for a nearby shoot.

Okay, so the wheat is past its best. But the whole made a perfect picture, and such a pleasant change.

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