A Wildlife Gunslinger.
Nice one Keith...[;o)Taken in Wales?
Solar weekend Keith..beautiful wild flowers..Niki
Interesting bloom, good shot.
Really very nice pics i like u r pics
A lovely shaded image Keith.
it is pretty. i like the woodsiness of this photo!
Lovely and colourful and beautifully lit, Keith. They grow very freely in my garden and originally just appeared from nowhere :-)
Beautiful shot, I've seen the red poppies and the orange ones around but no yellow ones, thanks for sharing.
Ah, we've both touched on poppies, this week. I can't say I've ever seen a yellow poppy. It's lovely in that wonderful light.
Keith, very nice shot!
Hi Keith...my goodness it has been awhile...have you got a new camera or has it been that long that I have forgotten how incredible your photos are...I don't know how they could get any better !!Your previous post of the birds, and to be able to have one in your hand to feed..what a thrill!!The Welsh Poppy is super..love poppies of any kind!!Hugs Grace
Only the welsh could have a yellow poppy, brilliant. And so are the Welsh.
LOVEly.. a very soft beautiful yellow...have a great weekend.
Cheers Trevor.Yea, Wales again lolNiki, thank you. Enjoy the rest of your weekend too :-)Thanks Mike.send flowers..... thank you.Thanks Roy.Thank you TheresaThanks Jan. I guess the birds were involved there. ;-)Thank you Gillian.Thanks Hilary. A lovely family of flowers. :-)Thank you Robin.Grace, thank you for your lovely comment.Same old camera set up though lolThanks Bob.Thank you Madge.Thanks Sondra. Enjoy your weekend too.
Keith, Great capture and I like the light in this shot. Have a great weekend!Shantana
Beautiful shot, Keith. Whereabouts in Wales was it taken? Never seen them growing wild in Wales, even though I live here!
Hi Keith, have you heard anything from Adrian, his blog has not been active since mid March. I hope nothing has happened to him.These Poppies are awesome, great Photo, Keith.
Thank you Shantana :-)Thanks Jeremy. This shot was taken on a farm in Gwynedd, and I found some growing at a place called Nant Mill.Thanks Horst.I've phoned Adrian, and sent a text, but so far heard nothing. I hope he's OK. As soon as I hear anything, I'll post it.