Sea of white beneath Titterstone Clee
A flash of white caught my eye as I was driving past the racecourse at Ludlow.
It looked like snow, but when I stopped to get a closer look it turned out to be a field of dazzling white poppies.
The flowers have a culinary use and are set to be harvested at the end of August.
In the meantime they are creating a huge amount of interest and have given a great deal pleasure to local residents and visitors alike.
Towering above the field in the background is Titterstone Clee, the third highest summit in Shropshire.
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