Fields full of blooming poppies are the perfect occasion for brushing up your flower photography. In Europe and in the US, you're most likely to find meadows and fields crowded with poppies in late May and early June. So hurry up before they disappear!
What's so great about poppies is that they usually grow in large groups and they come in beautiful colors. Red ones are most common, but you can also find pink, purple, white, and even yellow ones. You can practice macro photography with poppies, but you can also use them in your portraits or capture wide-angle scenes of red poppy fields. It's not all about flowers – dry poppy pods can be a wonderful subject for your still life photography.
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